Constable Correspondence, 1925-1928.


Bartlett, Vernon, 1894-1983. Constable Correspondence, 1925-1928.

Constable Correspondence, 1925-1928.

A series of letters from a British journalist and novelist to British publisher, Constable & Co., concerning his short story collection, "Topsy-Turvy" (1927), and "Death of a Diplomat" (1928). Bartlett also discusses events in postwar Greece and his dual role as novelist and international official. Bartlett also discusses the German edition, film rights, and serialization of "Death of a Diplomat."

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