Letter from William Plomer to Leonard Woolf (30/04/1938)

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Letter from William Plomer to Leonard Woolf (30/04/1938)



University of Reading, Special Collections

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William Plomer writes to say that his copy of 'Turbott Wolfe' is in storage and that he would not be willing to retrieve it to send to Germany as 'the land of racial purity' for fear of trouble. He also gives Lauren Van der Post's address in London and that he should be happy to see the Woolfs if they are in Rodmell.