Constable Correspondence, 1920-1960.


Nicolson, Harold George, Sir, 1886-1968. Constable Correspondence, 1920-1960.

Constable Correspondence, 1920-1960.

A series of letters from British diplomat and biographer to Otto Kyllmann and Michael Sadleir of the British publishing firm, Constable & Co., concerning the publication, sales and review of his books including "Paul Verlaine," "Tennyson," "Public Faces," "Peacemaking, 1919," and "The English Sense of Humor and Other Essays."

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