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Short, polite typed letter thanking Mr Ross for his correspondence. Mentions the on-going struggle for the PLR Act. A single, central fold, a little creasing, else, very good (but without a sniff, alas, of her wit and bite, though her pugnacity gets a mention).
Described by an anonymous reviewer as ‘one of our leading literary shrews,’ Brigid Brophy, Lady Levey, was an Anglo-Irish novelist, critic and campaigner. She made her name with novels like Hackenfeller's Ape (1953) and The Finishing Touch (1963), as well as critical works, including a biography of Ronald Firbank, Prancing Novelist (1973). As the letter suggests, with Maureen Duffy, Lettice Cooper and others, Brophy fought for, and won, an authors’ Public Lending Right (PLR); she also campaigned for animal rights. Victor Ross was Chairman of Reader’s Digest. [ref: 1386]
Author BROPHY, Brigid
Date 15 April 1981
Binding One page with address sticker
Condition Very Good