Letter from William Plomer to Leonard Woolf (05/09/1926)

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Source: MS 2750/351/24

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Letter from William Plomer to Leonard Woolf (05/09/1926)



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Plomer writes in regards to travelling to Japan and that he will try to send a manuscript of a book of short stories so that Woolf can bring it out in the spring. Plomer will also be travelling to Nairobi. He asks if Woolf has any objection to 'Turbott Woolf' being translated into Japanese and provides a Japanese address where he will be staying. He reveals that he is travelling to Japan in a boat. There is a short note at the bottom left of the letter informing Woolf that Campbell may be travelling to England soon and he has asked him to visit.


Handwritten letter signed by Plomer