567. W. M. Allen to Harrod , [May or June 1936] [a]

[Continues at 571 ]

Balliol College, Oxford #

Thursday [May or June 1936]

Dear Harrod,

I shudder to think I may have delayed the work on your book. [1] But I have had but one occasion since Sunday when I could reread through the typescript. An accumulation of pupils and committees descended on me. I send back now the portions which contain James Meade's notes. The sections I want to work at again is the later chapters--,and the remedies, that I have yet to read,--have no marginal comments from him, so that I hope my holding of them until the end of the week is not excessively inconvenient.

Yours

M. Allen.

  1. 1. Harrod, The Trade Cycle ( 1936:8 ). For Harrod's comments on Allen's notorious dilatoriness see letter 563 , [jump to page] .
    1. a. ALS, one page, in HP IV-14-15c.


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