Letter from Leonard Woolf to Julia Strachey (31/10/1932)

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Source: MS 2750/473/34

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Julia Strachey (31/10/1932)


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Leonard Woolf informs Julia Strachey that he believes reviewers have dealt poorly with Cheerful Weather for the Wedding, and that he has sent her book to Bunny in the Spectator for review. Despite the reviews, Woolf states the sales have been decent for a first book and have sold nearly 400 copies. Woolf hopes he can see Strachey sometime.

Typescript letter signed by Leonard Woolf.