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Coward McCann letters to Henry Miller.

Lot of two typed letters by John J. Geoghegan, head of Coward-McCann, dated 1965, to Henry Miller concerning the publication of Desolation Angels. In the first letter, dated March 24, Geoghegan urges Miller to read the book and welcomes his comments and reactions. The letter didn’t get the expected reception, and it’s understood by the contents of the second letter, dated April 20, that Coward-McCann was accused by Miller’s assistant, Connie Shepard, of exploiting Miller’s name.

21.7 x 28.0 cm, folded twice horizontally. Light creasing to top left corner on March 24 letter and a diagonal crease running from top left corner. Else just about near fine. Additional photos available on request.


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