Letter from Wiliam Plomer to Leonard Woolf (28/06/1925)




[[MS 2750/351/11]]




Leonard Woolf Esq 
The Hogarth Press


28 June 1925


Dear Mr Woolf,


After careful consideration I suggest the omission of Friston's speech, that is the whole of the section originally numbered §4,1, occupying the pages numbered 213 to 228. I have made one necessary alteration on p. 229, and have re-numbered the remaining sections.


I hope this will be the best arrangement.


Yours sincerely | William Plomer [signature]

Source: MS 2750/351/11

Image Rights Holder: Estate of William Plomer

Letter from Wiliam Plomer to Leonard Woolf (28/06/1925)



University of Reading, Special Collections

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William Plomer writes in consideration of the changes he has been asked to make to his manuscript and that he has decided to omit 'Friston's speech' from his work. He discussed one other alteration and hopes that it will now be a better arrangement.