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Galsworthy, John 
A GROUP OF TWO AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED, FROM THE NOBEL PRIZE WINNING NOVELIST AND DRAMATIST TO GIUSEPPE BONASPETTI, REGARDING THE SILVER BOX AND STRIFE.
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Galsworthy, John 
A GROUP OF TWO AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED, FROM THE NOBEL PRIZE WINNING NOVELIST AND DRAMATIST TO GIUSEPPE BONASPETTI, REGARDING THE SILVER BOX AND STRIFE.
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Galsworthy, John 
A GROUP OF TWO AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED, FROM THE NOBEL PRIZE WINNING NOVELIST AND DRAMATIST TO GIUSEPPE BONASPETTI, REGARDING THE SILVER BOX AND STRIFE.
2 pages (from 4 1/2 x 7 1/8 in.; 114 x 180 mm to 8 x 10 in.; 202 x 254 mm) on paper, written in black ink. 14 Addison Road, Holland Park, London, dated 20 January 1908 and 5 April 1909, signed ("John Galsworthy"); one or two stray spots. [With]: 3 page letter (4 3/8 x 7 1/8 in.; 111 x 180 mm) on a single sheet of paper folded, in French, from Giuseppe Bonaspetti. 
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A group of correspondence between Galsworthy, and an Italian correspondent, Giuseppe Bonaspetti

"My dear Sir," Galsworthy begins in the letter dated 5 April 1909. "I have given the Italian translation of Strife to a personal friend. I hope that its production may assist your translation of 'The Silver Box'." 

Bonaspetti was a playwright and journalist, who also worked as an editor of the Milan newspaper La Perseveranza.  He composed successful theatrical works including Sons of Cain (1911), and served for a time as secretary to Gabriele D'Annunzio, the writer, poet, journalist, playwright.

 

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