Seven Letters to Charles A. Goodrum. P G. Wodehouse.
Seven Letters to Charles A. Goodrum
Seven Letters to Charles A. Goodrum
Seven Letters to Charles A. Goodrum
Seven Letters to Charles A. Goodrum

Seven Letters to Charles A. Goodrum

Item #5008

Seven items dated 1958-1971. Six letters and one postcard with envelope (one hand-written and all signed), addressed to Charles A. Goodrum, who served as the Director of Research for the Congressional Research Service at the Library of Congress and author of the Edgar Award nominated bibliomystery Dewey Decimated, Treasure of the Library of Congress, and I’ll Trade You an Elk, the story of his father’s efforts to develop a city zoo in Wichita, Kansas in the wake of the Great Depression.

Wodehouse’s letters discuss writer’s block “I feel...as if somebody had removed my brain and substituted an order of cauliflower,” adaptations of Jeeves “I am rather dubious about those TV Jeeves things the BBC are doing,” candid progress reports on his current projects, and notes of advice and congratulations regarding Goodrum’s own work.

Price: $1,750.00

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