Letter from Harold Raymond to Coward McCann Inc. (25/07/1952)

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Source: MS 2750/348/62

Letter from Harold Raymond to Coward McCann Inc. (25/07/1952)


University of Reading, Special Collections


Aline Burch

Archival Folder:

Harold Raymond informs Tim Coward that Chatto & Windus has been negotiating with the Grove Press over American rights with the small editions of "Sado". Raymond tells Coward that Plomer told Raymond that Coward had published "Sado" in America through a Curtis Brown contract. Raymond asks Coward if "Sado" is still in print or about to be reprinted; if not, he asks if Coward has an objection to Chatto & Windus selling "Sado" to the Grove Press.

Typescript letter.