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Handwritten letter from Margaret Atwood circa 1964
Category: Other Merchandise
Description   About the letter: Three page letter addressed to Florida Professor Ann Peyton. Written in 1964, in red pen. Margaret Atwood had just started teaching at U.B.C. Some of topics in this letter are: the reason why she wrote this letter in red pen, her visit with Margaret (Avison) during a stop over in Toronto, second-hand stores, and comparing the sound of small children in Stanley Park to monkeys. Envelope and letter are one and the same. Folded twice, as it was designed to do. Letter is in good condition. Found in between a copy of Margaret Atwood's Selected Poems (softcover) Book is fair at best. Additional photos available upon request.
Product ID:  PPOM00090
Price:  $2,500.00
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