Letter from William Plomer to Cherrell Newman (19/03/1946)

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Source: MS 2750/348/26

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Letter from William Plomer to Cherrell Newman (19/03/1946)



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William Plomer informs Cherrell Newman that he already has some correspondence regarding French translation rights, and only Sado has not been disposed of - a copy was sent to a Paris agent earlier in the year. Plomer states his short story selection is already in arrangements for the French translation, so he requests the Press to not send I Speak of Africa to Editions Nagel.  A Handwritten annotation requests the aforementioned correspondence.

Handwritten letter signed by William Plomer.