Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, August 21, 1911 : a machine-readable transcription.


Author: Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950

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Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, August 21, 1911.


Author: Mitchell Kennerley

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1911-08-21
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Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, August 21, 1911

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MITCHELL KENNERLEY
PUBLISHER
2 EAST TWENTY-NINTH STREET
NEW YORK
THE FORUM
FOUNDED IN 1886

August twenty-first 1911

R.H.Hatheway, Esq.,

258 Garden Avenue">

Toronto, Canada
Dear Mr. Hathaway:

I am glad to have your letter and to
know that you are still interested in poetry!
Arthur
Stringer is in Canada at present, but I expect him in
here very shortly, and will have him autograph your
book for you.


Carman is in the Catskills. He has not been very
well lately, but has just completed some of the best
work he has ever done.

I understand that
Sherman may publish the bibliography some time this fall.

I agree with you about
Ezra Pound, but one cannot
help but be grateful for the pure beauty that he often
gets into his verse. It is a long while since we
received a manuscript of poems that has aroused us to
any enthusiasm

Yours faithfully,
Michell Kennerley