Three brief typed letters signed (in full) written in response to fan letters; Ossining, September 26, 1977 - November 16, 1978
From the Bart Auerbach Collection. 3 pages, 8vo and 4to, single-spaced, two on his letterhead, one with envelope. Usual folds, else fine. Item #409328
Cheever answers two lengthy and rather mawkish letters (each one page, 40, single-spaced) from Norman Wilner, a teacher of comedy writing: "... I am anxious about my work and its reception," Cheever writes on Sept. 26, 1977, "and if you can put down 'Falconer' [recently published] on page twenty-three long enough to write, stamp and mail a latter the book must be a failure. In this house I won't let anyone put down a book of mine – not even to piss." (BA).
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