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#0271: Willa Cather to S. S. McClure, [December 10, 1913]

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Your feeling about the Autobiography4 has given me more satisfaction than anything else connected with the writing of it or the reception of it, though the reception has been such a warm one. People seem not only to like it but to love it.

I have nothing to do with the book5, you know. But if you write to Mr. Wm Morrow6, of Stokes, I am sure he will meet your wishes in every respect. Miss Lewis7 says the material you sent in for illustration is excellent. I had hoped to see you today, but I am under pressure to finish an article8 by Saturday and a broken type-writer and visitors from the West have put me back. I shall still hope to see you before you leave town2, and I rejoice to hear of your great gain in health.

Faithfully always Willa Cather