Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (16/02/1926)

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Source: MS 2750/255/96

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (16/02/1926)

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University of Reading, Special Collections

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Leonard Woolf advises Leys against joint publishing but states he will not stand in the way if Leys would like another publisher to publish a cheap edition. Leonard Woolf refers to Virginia Woolf's work The common reader and how well it did as a frame of reference for Leys. He suggests better publishers that would do better with a cheap edition.

 

Typescript letter signed by Woolf