Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (c March 1925)

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Nid: 17428

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Source: MS 2750/255/64

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Nid: 17428

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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. With thanks to the Society of Authors This item has not been made available with a CC BY-NC-ND licence. Please see the terms of use page for further information.

Source: MS 2750/255/64

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Nid: 17428

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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. With thanks to the Society of Authors This item has not been made available with a CC BY-NC-ND licence. Please see the terms of use page for further information.

Source: MS 2750/255/64

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Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (c March 1925)

Library:

University of Reading, Special Collections

Typist:

Virginia Woolf

Archival Folder:

Leonard Woolf writes to tell Leys that he is in bed with a bout of influenza so can not visit Leys, asking that Leys comes to London instead. He reaffirms that he has prepared R & R Clark to print a second edition. Woolf also informs Leys that no one will be able to tell him what will happen in terms of sales. Woolf also discusses a cheap edition and what to do regarding the advertisement of a second edition. There is no salutation or valediction with this letter.

 

a handwritten letter by Virginia Woolf writing on behalf of Leonard Woolf