Letter from S. S. Koteliansky to Aline Burch (26/01/1952)



[[MS 2750/72/21]] 


5, Acacia Road 
St John’s Wood, NW8


Jan [19]26


Dear Miss *Burch


Thank you so much for your letter  of yesterday about "Stavrogin's Confession", and for the trouble you have taken.


There has never been an agreement signed by me, or by Newman Wolsey, only an exchange of letters. In time I should probably [illeg.] but the rights have been acquired by Allen & Unwin: they always "rescue' [2 words illeg.] problem by [illeg.] authors copyrights. - Newman Wolsey is my fourth bankrupt publisher.


Yours sincerely | S. S. Koteliansky




1. Aline Burch


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Letter from S. S. Koteliansky to Aline Burch (26/01/1952)


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Letter from S. S. Koteliansky to Aline Burch noting that there has never been an agreement between himself and Newman Wolsey.

Handwritten letter signed by Koteliansky