#0292: Willa Cather to Ferris Greenslet, December 21 [1914]

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FG ⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Mr. Greenslet1;

I am pulling off the story3 at record rate, and enjoying this spree of work so much that I have decided not to go to New York4 until February 1st. I shall have a large chunk of the book done for you in April.5

Please do stop the war6. There will be nothing agreeable in the world until it is stopped. I suppose they will patch up a temporary peace and then, in twenty–five years, beat it again with a new crop of men. I hope to see you in New York when you sail7, if not before.

Honor bright, the new novel is a good one!

Faithfully Willa Cather