Letter from John Lehmann to E.M.Forster (10/11/1943)




[[MS 2750/93/65]]


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


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




Dear Morgan,


I quite for got [sic] to ask you whether you would like to do a blurb yourself for the new edition of Pharos and Pharillon? If you would prefer not, Leonard or I will do it; but we would be glad to know as soon as possible. We could incorporate a good revie-extract if you liked; perhaps you have a note of one which particularly pleased you?


Yours ever,

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Source: MS 2750/93/65

Letter from John Lehmann to E.M.Forster (10/11/1943)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Lehmann asks if Forster would like to write a blurb for himself or if he would like himself of Leonard Woolf to write one. He asks him to incorporate a review in the blurb.

Typescript letter unsigned