#2560: Willa Cather to Alfred A. Knopf, [January 14, 1926]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Mr. Knopf1:

Your letter3 about "My Mortal Enemy"4 gives me great encouragement. It is an exceptional story; not many people will see that, possibly. But it means a great deal to me that you do. I want to be a "good investment" for you financially, but I want very much more to be able to interest you as a reader. I hope to be able to interest you for many years to come. I value your respect and would like to keep it. I think when you see the Archbishop5 you'll find a new kind of flavor.

I look forward to seeing you and Blanche6 on Tuesday evening.

Faithfully Willa Cather Ref'd to _____
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