Letter from Penguin Books to Leonard Woolf (30/06/1948)

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Letter from Penguin Books to Leonard Woolf (30/06/1948)


University of Reading, Special Collections

H. Summers of Penguin Books writes in reference to contracts for The Common Reader and The Second Common Reader. He proposes a reprint of both titles for a new price, Summers requests that the contracts are amended so that they are able to sell for a new price and asks if Woolf will agree to an altered royalty fee. He notes a suggestion that these titles should be published as one volume and asks if they should draw up new contracts to cover a single volume

Typescript letter signed by Summers