Letter and copy reply

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 133 WST/1/81
  • Former Reference
      GB 133 81a-b
  • Dates of Creation
      10-13 Sep 1947
  • Physical Description
      2 sheets

Scope and Content

Letter from Stevens stating no changes to be made on proofs (no title given) and is pleased with the outcome; asks whether it will be bound be Gerhard Gerlach, who is also working on a copy of Transport to summer for him. Main topic of Duncan's reply focusing on an anthology for students being collected by Eda Lou Walton of New York University and George K. Anderson of Brown University, who wish to include "How red the rose that is the soldier's wound..." from Esthetique du mal. Duncan suggests he should contact Knopf about it.