Letter from Leonard Woolf to E.M.Forster (23/02/1926)

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Reproduced with permission from Penguin Random House  UK archive and library, with thanks to the Society of Authors

Source: MS 2750/93/46

Letter from Leonard Woolf to E.M.Forster (23/02/1926)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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Woolf informs that he has asked R. & R. Clark to reprint 1500 copies and that the copies should last them 10 years. He replies to Forster's prior questions about moulds and that he is not having them made. He mentions that reproduction by photography has improved so much that they should consider using this method for reprinting. He ends the letter referring to the 'goose' that Forster mentions in [MS 2750/96/45].

Typescript letter signed by Woolf