Constable Correspondence, 1922-1928.


Royde-Smith, Naomi. Constable Correspondence, 1922-1928.

Constable Correspondence, 1922-1928.

A series of letters from the British novelist to Michael Sadleir of the British publishing firm, Constable & Co., concerning the publication of a number of novels including "The Housemaid," "Skin Deep," "Children in the Wood," and the "Lover."

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