Letter from E.M.Forster to Leonard Woolf (02/07/1923)

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Letter from E.M.Forster to Leonard Woolf (02/07/1923)



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Forster withdraws his previous concerns explaining that he had forgotten what the terms were. He expects a third of the profits for the second edition and comments on the colour of the nectarine binding. He speaks about Harcourt Brace and Knopf and their offers.

Handwritten letter initialled by Forster [initialled M]