Autograph letter, signed "Tom Wolfe"

WOLFE, Thomas

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Date Published: 1930

Description: 4 pages on 2 8vo sheets, with Harvard Club letterhead; over 250 words. New York, April 14, 1930.

Comments: Wolfe gracefully declines an invitation..."since my time here is so short....I got one of those Guggenheim fellowships and I have been trying to get things in some sort of order before I go...I am terribly tired and jumpy - your description of the glorious life there almost swept me off my feet - I think I should like to spend a good part of my time flying a kite (as your guests do) instead of being one..." Two words are blotted, but legible.

Signed: Y
Condition: fine
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 215390


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