Letter from Donald Brace to Leonard Woolf (23/12/1931) (copy)

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Letter from Donald Brace to Leonard Woolf (23/12/1931) (copy)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Donald Brace informs that their office prefers the title of  The Second Common Reader as it offers distinction. He states it may affect Vanessa Bell's wrapper design, and requests to have the wrapper as soon as possible. He also states the Company has sold 10,000 copies of The Waves in the States, despite times being less than satisfactory.

Typescript letter signed by Brace