RPW to Erskine Letter 10/4/65
Following a letter to Albert Erskine regarding other matters, Warren includes the postscript "The State Department has take WSFN for translation into some 18 or 20 African abd [and] Asiatic languages. We can all retire."
RPW to Erskine Letter 10/4/65 Searchable TextCollapse
[Manuscript note, possibly archival, at top of page: "Warren?"]
Fairfield, October 4, 1965
Since I can never remember it when we are
together, I’ll write to ask what about Selected
Essays in Vintage? Several essays in ghe [the] collection
are very widely used as required reading -- particularly
the Ancient Mariner and Pure Poetry. Don’t you think
the paper might carry itself?
By the way, I went back Selected Poems today to
Suzanne to get another copy made. We shall need two --
and only one was in the batch you brought me, alas.
Lovely time the other night.
[Manuscript note or signature: "R"]
PS. The State Department has take WSFN for translation
into some 18 or 20 African abd [and] Asiatic languages. We
can all retire.