Letter from William Plomer to The Hogarth Press (15/06/1924)

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Letter from William Plomer to The Hogarth Press (15/06/1924)



University of Reading, Special Collections

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Plomer writes to say that he has followed the activity of the press, he compliments The Hogarth Press and introduces himself. Plomer informs them that he is working on a novel that will take a couple of years to finish. He asks to submit the novel to The Hogarth Press first, and that it will remain a manuscript if they are unable to publish it. He finishes the letter questioning his own vanity and apologises for the use of green ink.



Handwritten letter signed by Plomer