400Z. Faber to Harrod, 21 January, 1937 [a]
Having seen Harrod's article in The Spectator,  Faber returns to the charge (see 389 Z), asks whether Harrod has decided for or against a book, and formulates a concrete offer regarding a book aimed at the intelligent layman. Faber shares Harrod's alarm, and points out that while newspaper articles have wider impact but are gone the day after, a book often has an effect out of all proportion to its circulation.  See also letter 429 Z.
- a. From Faber & Faber Publishers, London # , 1 page TLS, in HP IV-C-A/14.
2. For a similar proposal from another quarter see also letter 399 Z.
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