I went to both websites, but they left me cold, so I decided to play neither.
I stumbled upon a webpage called "Letters of Note
", and found some funny bits of history. This is one of the shorter letters, as I know WB players have literacy issues.
In 1930, after winning the Nobel Prize in Literature, author Sinclair Lewis began to receive a steady stream of fan mail, from all corners. One woman in particular wrote and offered to become his secretary, adding, "I’ll do everything for you—and when I say everything I mean everything." The following brief letter was sent to the young lady in response; not by Lewis, but by his wife, Dorothy.My dear Miss:
My husband already has a stenographer who handles his work for him. And, as for "everything," I take care of that myself—and when I say everything I mean everything.
(Mrs. Sinclair Lewis to you.)