“I HAVE NO FAVORITE PASSAGES IN MY WORK AND
I DISLIKE IT AS SOON AS WRITTEN”
R. W. SERVICE. Canadian writer; author of The Shooting of Dan McGrew. Letter Signed, Robert Service, one full page, octavo, Monte Carlo, November 3, 1954.
To W.C. Goodson, with original envelope. After thanking Goodson for his letter, Robert Service asserts, “I am afraid I have no favorite passages in my work and I dislike it as soon as written — being a perfectionist. Please do not send me a book to be signed, but use the signature on this letter.” Fine condition.
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