Letter from Chatto & Windus to The Grove Press (04/06/1952)

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Source: MS 2750/348/52

Letter from Chatto & Windus to The Grove Press (04/06/1952)


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Piers Raymond informs Barney Rosset that they have no objections to the Grove Press handling Sado in the U.S., and would like to know if it is a bound edition, flat sheets, or special edition. Chatto & Windus adds that the Stendhal and the Proust cannot be imported to America, but the Hayward anthologies are available. Chatto & Windus will send respective copies.

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