Ellison to RPW Letter 6/3/65

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Ralph and Fanny Ellison thank Warren for a recent dinner engagement and hope that he received "the frank criticism" he desired.  The topic of the criticism is unnamed, but it may be signifiant that the note is dated from roughly the time of publication of Who Speaks for the Negro?.  The note suggests a continuing close relationship between Warren and the Ellison family.

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