Max Nordau Accepts Invitation to Contribute His "Literary Might" to a Book

March 22, 1907

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Max Nordau Accepts Invitation to Contribute His "Literary Might" to a Book
Autograph Letter Signed
1 page | SMC 754

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      Nordau, professing the deepest sympathy with Miss Woodruff’s work, accepts her invitation to contribute his “literary might” to her contemplated book - which, Nordau being Nordau, could easily have to do with medicine, psychiatry, Zionism, the arts, social reform, the Dreyfus affair, his dear friend Theodor Herzl...


      Autograph Letter Signed (“Dr. M. Nordau”), in English, 1 page, octavo, Paris, March 22, 1907. With integral address leaf. To Mrs. E. Woodruff in London.
       
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      Mrs. E. Woodruff,
      c/o Miss L. Dalton,
      77 Victoria Road,
      Finsbury Park.
      London, N.

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      8, Rue Leonie, 8
      Paris, March 22nd 1907.

      Dear Madam,

      Your work inspires me with the deepest sympathy and I shall certainly not fail to respond to your invitation concerning a contribution to the book you are contemplating.  I shall send my literary mite [sic] in time.

      In the meanwhile, I beg to remain

      Yours respectfully,

      DR. M. NORDAU.