Letter : from James Joyce to Mr Conner,
[1932 Jan. ?]
|Main Author:||Joyce, James, 1882-1941.|
Has he known he was not the owner of the American rights of Ulysses he would not have sued Roth or paid Conner's bill, he feels no obligation for the rest of Conner's fees, he did not express his opinion before of the way the case was conducted because he believed the injunction gave him some protection.
[January ? 1932]
Manuscript draft letter in hand of Paul Léon.
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Citations/References: The James Joyce Paul Léon Papers : a catalogue / Catherine Fahy. - Dublin : National Library of Ireland p. 1969
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