Letter from Fontaine (revue) to The Hogarth Press (08/05/1945)

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Letter from Fontaine (revue) to The Hogarth Press (08/05/1945)


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Mary Kesteren (for J. B. Brunius) asks Barbara Hepworth about the French rights for Plomer's books; she proposes to Fontaine to start with a selection of Plomer's short stories. Kesteren asks Hepworth if the books are still free, and asks Hepworth to keep I Speak of Africa and A Child of Queen Victoria until she gets a reply from Fontaine. There is a handwritten note showing that The Case is Altered, Sado, Paper Houses, and I Speak of Africa are free.

Typescript letter signed by Mary Kesteren.