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#2696: Willa Cather to Alfred A. Knopf, [November 23, 1937]

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K 11/24 My Dear Alfred1;

Here is Greenslet’s3 report4 on how I got into J. Cape’s5 hands. It’s not very full or enlightening. Why should Cape want to photograph6 the H. & M. edition when he could re-set from a copy of the printed book7?

Still happily at work, and I think it is awfully kind of you to take an interest in helping me to try to escape from Cape.

Very gratefully W. S. C.