Letter from The Hogarth Press to E.M.Forster (03/09/1943)




[[MS 2750/93/57]]


601, Carrington House, Hertford Street, W.1.


E.M.Forster Esq, 
West Hackhurst, 
Abinger Hammer, nr Dorking, Surrey.




Dear Morgan,


Thank you for your letter, which arrived just after I had written to say I had missed it. I am so glad you approve of us doing the Trilling book. I have started negotiations with the agents over here.


I return the beautiful Pharos and Pharillon, and enclose a piece of paper which the Garden City Press has offered me as a jacket paper for the new edition. I think it is rather pretty myself; do you think dark blue lettering on it would look nice?


Yours ever,

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Reproduced with permission from Penguin Random House  UK archive and library owner of the Hogarth Press archive collection held by the University of Reading Special Collections

Source: MS 2750/93/57

Letter from The Hogarth Press to E.M.Forster (03/09/1943)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Hogarth Press thank Forster for a letter and his approval of the 'Trilling book'. They return a copy of Pharos and Pharillon and ask for Forster's opinion on a paper sample for the new edition, asking his opinion on the lettering on the cover.

Typescript letter unsigned