Letter from Desmond Ryan to William O'Brien accepting his offer for a collection of French books, speaking of his ill health, discussing his broadcast which spoke of [Arthur] "Griffith" [W. T.] "Cosgrave" and [Éamon] "De Valera", reviewing various pieces of Irish literature and speaking of publishing his work,
1963 Feb. 06.
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|Main Creator:||Ryan, Desmond, 1893-1964|
Ryan speaks of choosing a publisher "Decided not to go for Joe McGrath because he has been used a bit too mich as a milch cow for these lazy and grasping old bags of so-called publishers! The more they get, the more they will repose on their esteemed and leaden backsides.".
Letter is written on headed paper "3, Charleston Road, / Rathmines, / Dublin.".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).