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April 15, 2007

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Susan Kitchens

Re: earning percentages of another's residuals... never mind. I say this after having read through most of the rest of your series. What a character! So glad to make his acquaintance, even in these short snippets.

Susan Kitchens

What a fabulous portrait. It's easy to describe people who leave behind such a lively correspondence. I've always loved reading letters by "people of letters" and I applaud your idea to edit his into a collection of some sort. And Ayn Rand's publisher -- mon dieu! Do editors get the same kind of take as, say, agents? The sales figures on her book must've made the pub house very, very happy

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