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BLUNDEN, Edmund Charles (1896-1974). Poet, critic and biographer.
Autograph Letter Signed to Isaac Levine in Chicago, 2 pages 8vo on separate conjoined leaves, with envelope, Stansfield, nr. Clare, Suffolk, 23 May 1923. A fine early letter to an admirer discussing his work and listing everything that he had published to date.
'Your eulogy is handsome ... "The Shepherd" was cheerfully received here but in America I fear it made no general impression. ...
 'My books are chiefly culled from the threepenny tub (alas, too rare since the war) but I well understand your enthusiasm. On the next leaf I put down what I have published. ...'
Blunden goes on to suggest that his brother may be able to supply some of the books 'or the Brick Row Book Shop might have something of mine, Mr Byrne Hackett having a liking for my work.'
[No: 24969]


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