Letter from Leonard Woolf to S. S. Koteliansky (14/01/1948)



[[MS 2750/72/4]]


LW/AB *1


S.S.Koteliansky, Esq., 
5 Acacia Road, 
St. John's Wood, N.W.8.


14th January, 1948.



Dear Kot,


Newman Wolsey Ltd., a publisher of 244 High Holborn, London, W.C.1, have written to us that they have had an offer, through Crown Publishers of New York, of 'Stavrogin's Confession'. The translation appears to be ours and Newman Wolsey ask if we would be willing to allow them to reprint an edition of this work. Would you like them to do so and, if so, what terms would you suggest?


Yours sincerely, | Dictated but not signed by Mr.Woolf.



1. Aline Burch.

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Source: MS 2750/72/4

Letter from Leonard Woolf to S. S. Koteliansky (14/01/1948)


University of Reading, Special Collections


Aline Burch

Leonard Woolf asks if Koteliansky would like to reprint the translation of Stavrogin's Confession through Crown Publishers, as requested by Newman Wolsey Limited.

Typescript letter unsigned