Letter from The Hogarth Press to William Plomer (15/03/1946)

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Source: MS 2750/348/25

Letter from The Hogarth Press to William Plomer (15/03/1946)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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The Hogarth Press informs William Plomer that Editions Nagel inquires about the French rights for Plomer's books. The Press notes that Plomer's books' French rights should be free, with the Press handling I Speak of Africa while Plomer has control over Sado, Paper Houses, and The Case is Altered. The Press plans to inform Editions Nagel about what rights Plomer holds, and is willing to submit I Speak of Africa to Editions Nagel if Plomer wishes so.

Typescript letter signed [unidentified signature]