from Paul Léon to James Joyce,
1932 Aug. 31.
|Main Author:||Léon, Paul L. (Paul Léopoldovitch), 1893-1942?|
Encloses copies of two letters from Miss Beach, Léon has the impression she can be brought to print a new edition of Ulysses, the Japanese publisher should pay rather than the translators, encloses copy of letter from Galignani, sorry to hear details about Vogt.
August 31 1932
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Citations/References: The James Joyce Paul Léon Papers : a catalogue / Catherine Fahy. - Dublin : National Library of Ireland p. 5.
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