Letter from Llewellyn Powys to James Venn, 16 Dec. 1932
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Thanks for 'two beautiful books'; 'Truly you do belong to a more gracious age than ours'; visit to Oxford for lunch at Merton College; 'Oxford has a long memory and I detected an inclination to dissociate themselves from Wood... they stressed the fact that Wood was never a fellow of the College and was turned out of the common room and expelled from the University... they seemed mincing and worldly and I scarce saw an honest face.'; visit to Golden Cockeril Press and Robert Gibbings; he will print an essay of Powys's 'in the same magnificent format as his Gospels'
- 16 Dec. 1932
- Powys, Llewelyn, 1884-1939 (writer) (Person)
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Purchased from David J. Holmes, Autographs, Philadelphia, U.S.A., 1990