Autograph letter signed ("Eric"), to Eleanor Jaques ("Dearest Eleanor"), hoping they can meet when he travels up to London to collect a copy of Ulysses ("...The friend who was going to lend me "Ulysses" has at last got his copy back, & I shall go up to town one day to collect it, if I can manage it. If I do, I will let you know beforehand & we could meet for tea if you were anywhere in that part of London. Please send that ms. [of 'Clink'] back sometime-no hurry though. Also that letter you cut out of the Nation [on his article 'Common Lodging Houses']. I like to know everything that is said by my enemies..."), one page, 4to, 'The Hawthorns', Hayes, "Wed.", [30 November 1932]
- Autograph envelope included.