Letter from Donald Brace to Leonard Woolf (24/01/1927)

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Letter from Donald Brace to Leonard Woolf (24/01/1927)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Donald Brace writes concerning receipt of proofs and the publishing of Essays on Literature. He remarks that volumes of essays do not presently sell widely and asks for sheets of the Hogarth edition rather than printing their own. He mentions that he would have liked to take Hunting the Highbrow, but will now be impossible without sheets. Brace asks for a quote regarding sheets and asks about how royalty payments should be determined. He mentions that Woolf may be visiting in the Spring.

Typescript letter signed by Brace