Letter fom Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (28/09/1925)

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[[MS 2750/255/81]]




Dear Woolf,


By my calculations - which I admit may be all wrong - you ought to have a balance due me. If so can you send me £20 by Oct.1st?


Sales this month are so encouraging as to make me very hopeful of a cheap edition next year. I hope to see you about it next month when in London. I wonder





where most of these last sold 40 copies have gone to. To America I hope.


Yours | Norma Leys [signature]


I suppose the thing to do would be to approach W[orkers'].E[ducational].A[ssociation]., Lab[our]. Party (and other organisations?) before printing a cheap ed.

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Letter fom Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (28/09/1925)



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Norman Leys writes regarding a balance due to him and encouraging sales. He also discusses the possibility of a cheap edition.