Don't look ahead until you've read this letter, which I just found in an old file. Then let's see if you can figure out why I saved it -- what it reminds you of.
AustentoWoolf II was evidently the catalog I'd ordered from. The K. A. Porter was Katherine Anne Porter's own copy of Pride and Prejudice. I don't have it any more -- in keeping with my current urge to divest, I put it up on eBay a couple of months ago and the man who bought it told me he collects not Austen but Porter; he recognized her signature on the flyleaf so he knew it was genuine. So do add a comment to let me know if this letter reminded you of the book ---
84, Charing Cross Road
by Helene Hanff
and if you've never read it, I envy you -- you have a treat ahead of you.