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A letter from Eileen Chang to C.T. Hsia, 1984. In this letter dated December 26, Eileen Chang lost some mails due to moving. She also thanks Hsia for writing letter to Ping Xingtao regarding Tang Wenbiao. She is waiting to read "Ji Chuang Ji", and the introduction by Song Qi is touching. The envelope has USPS 20 cents-stamp with dated stamp of 27 Dec 1984 Los Angeles is addressed to "Professor C.T. Hsia, 415 West 115th St., Apt. 22, New York, N.Y. 10025" from address "Reyher, 1626 N. Wilcox. #645, Hollywood, CA 90028." 張愛玲寄給夏志清的信,1984. 這封信註明12月26日寫的. 張愛玲提到因為搬家而丟失了一些信. 並感謝夏志清寫信給平鑫濤關於唐文標的事. 她正在等待閱讀"雞窗集", 並說宋淇的序十分動人. 信封上有一張20分錢的郵票, 郵政戳印日期為1984年12月27日於加州洛杉磯, 並有收件人地址"Professor C.T. Hsia, 415 West 115th St., Apt. 22, New York, N.Y. 10025" 及寄件人地址"Reyher, 1626 N. Wilcox. #645, Hollywood, CA 90028."
1 p. 28 x 22 cm. + 1 envelope letters (correspondence)