Letter from staff at The Hogarth Press to Leonard Woolf (19/10/1950)



[[MS 2750/575/51]]




Leonard Woolf, Esq., 
Monks House, 
nr. Lewes, 


19th October, 1950.



Dear Mr. Woolf,


We have heard from Penguin Books that Stephen Spender would be delighted to write the blurb for their edition of The Waves, as you suggested. It would simplify his task, however, if he could retrieve the letter which he wrote to you not long ago about the book. Could I ask you, therefore, to let me have it so that I can pass it onto hi[*m?*]


Yours sincerely,

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Source: MS 2750/575/51

Letter from staff at The Hogarth Press to Leonard Woolf (19/10/1950)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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A staff member writes to Leonard Woolf to retrieve a letter from Stephen Spender in order to help Spender write the blurb for The Waves.

Typescript letter unsigned [unidentified staff]