Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (06/08/1924) [2]

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Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (06/08/1924) [2]

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Leys discusses amounts of copies; any losses made would be borne by his family. He enquires about the possibility of the costs of a second edition. He also approves the estimates sent to him but gives one exception. Leys also discusses the number of pages, and asks questions about the index. He thinks about accepting Woolf's invitation to meet. He comments on the quality of his own work and whether it is best to try and amend it leave it as it is. He finishes by offering copies of the chapters to Woolf, asks if he is keeping record of expenses, and requests if Woolf can keep a record of who should be receiving free copies.

Handwritten letter signed by Leys