#0454: Willa Cather to Ferris Greenslet, [May 12, 1922]

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RS [illegible] Dear Mr. Greenslet1:

If you are going to use Mencken's3 remarks4 on "Antonia"5 upon the jacket6, why not use along with it Hugh Walpole's7 word8 in the last Bookman9? I write it out for you below.

Hastily W. S. C.ather

" 'My Antonia', one of the very finest of all American novels10."

Hugh Walpole, the Bookman.