Edinburgh. 9 June 1942. 2pp., very densely typed on recto and verso of octavo air lettersheet. Partial break at horizontal fold, not affecting text, otherwise very good. Item #WRCLIT81562
Poet, novelist and editor Todd writes to Prof. Tinker, following up on the possibility that the copy of his edition of Gilchrist's LIFE he sent to him "may be edifying the fish at the bottom of the Atlantic," and continues on in great detail about the success of the edition, and expands to encompass all of his then ongoing Blake projects, with passing mention of Edwin Wolf, Lessing Rosenwald, Graham Robertson, Geoffrey Keynes, and details about his ongoing work compiling a catalogue of Blake's work. In excess of 700 words.