Lawless Roads enormously. May I -- with full & fulsome acknowledgment -- quote 1/2 page -- pp. 249-250 re. Cardenas [for Waugh's own book about Mexico, Robbery Under Law, published later that year]..." [No date]: "I am very short of books [for his reviewing]. I can just scrape up an article [probably for The Spectator] for this week but I shall need more after that. By the way you might check up on the total I've had. I make it [much?] under the #4 a week agreed to. If you could get a cheque on account for the deficit it would be welcome."--PLOMER, WILLIAM. Autograph letter signed TO GRAHAM GREENE, London, 19 May n.y., 1 1/2 pages, 8vo: "Many thanks for asking me to your party. I wish I could go...I hope your little troubles with the law are over, & I look forward v. much to your next book." (3) " /> [GREENE, GRAHAM]. WAUGH, EVELYN. Autograph letter signed and autograph postcard signed (initials) TO GRAHAM GREENE, Piers Court, Stitchcombe, Gloucestershire, [27 February 1939] and n.d. [1939?], <I>together 2 pages, 8vo and oblong 12mo, each with Waugh's imprinted address, some minor creasing.</I> [27 February 1939]: "I like <I>Lawless Roads</I> enormously. May I -- with full & fulsome acknowledgment -- quote 1/2 page -- pp. 249-250 re. Cardenas [for Waugh's own book about Mexico, <I>Robbery Under Law</I>, published later that year]..." [No date]: "I am very short of books [for his reviewing]. I can just scrape up an article [probably for <I>The Spectator</I>] for this week but I shall need more after that. By the way you might check up on the total I've had. I make it [much?] under the #4 a week agreed to. If you could get a cheque on account for the deficit it would be welcome."--PLOMER, WILLIAM. Autograph letter signed TO GRAHAM GREENE, London, 19 May n.y., <I>1 1/2 pages, 8vo</I>: "Many thanks for asking me to your party. I wish I could go...I hope your little troubles with the law are over, & I look forward v. much to your next book." (3) | Christie's