Woolf writes in relation to a Pocket Books Inc letter extract which he encloses with his letter. Woolf states that he originally sold the American and Canadian rights to 'Seltzer' and feels that if Pocket Books Inc have acquired the rights from Knopf that they are entitled to a share of the fee. Woolf also feels that £20 is too large a fee for the British rights and proposes £10. The extract enclosed shows that Harold Raymond of Pocket Books Inc was unaware of any provisions for a translator and feels a £20 fee is too large for British rights, proposing different terms.
Typescript letter and document, letter signed by Woolf letter written on the back of a partial typescript document]