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Thank you so much for the interview with Mr.
Jordan3 in the Cleveland4
paper5. That's the kind of thing that pleases me and
that I never see. I want to mean something to men who deal with realities, not to
the meek- souled[?] race of men who review books
for a living. Your Cleveland bookseller
wereis the only one who was given
the proofs of Claude6 to read. He wrote Knopf7 a perfectly stunning letter and ordered 250
copies—He has never ordered more than 100 at a time from him before. I think you
must have done some missionary work for me in Cleveland.
I'm still in bed8 with my friend. Such a bore to be tied up: But my back is better.W.