Letter from Leonard Woolf to Donald Brace (10/02/1938) [Three Guineas]

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Letter from Leonard Woolf to Donald Brace (10/02/1938) [Three Guineas]


University of Reading, Special Collections

Leonard Woolf informs that Three Guineas is completed, but Virginia Woolf still has to write some notes; the Woolfs have sent the body of the book to the printers and will send the corrected proofs to Brace as soon as possible. The Woolfs hope for publication in spring and think Brace wouldn't object because it isn't a novel. They are sending it  Ann Watkins, who has an interest in serializing it, and asks if Brace has an objection.

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