Bliss Carman's Letters to Margaret Lawrence 1927-1929

Edited by D.M.R. Bentley

Assisted by Margaret Maciejewski



Letter 76

B.C.

New Canaan, Connecticut

3. December. 1928

 

 

My Dear Margaret:

 

I want very much two copies of my Sappho,1 and would greatly prefer the white cloth cover if they can be had in that. I believe the publishers are using a rather ugly red limp leather, but you might find the white in some odd book shop.

I never got the two we ordered at Eatonís.2 I never called for them. Negligent me!

How about excercising your pen hand a little?

 

B.

 

(LOVE of course)


  1. Sappho: One Hundred Lyrics (1903) was reprinted in the Kingís Classics series (London: Chalto and Windus) in 1906 and 1921. [back]

  2. See Letter 68 n.15. [back]