Copyright of Plath Journals

Scope and Content

Typewritten correspondence and printed enclosures exchanged between Faber and Faber, the Hughes family and two legal firms, Nabarro Nathanson, and Weil, Gotshal and Manges. Material relates to the possible sale of copyright of The Journal of Sylvia Plath, 1950-1962 to Faber and Faber, including information about the revenue brought in by the publication and documentation about the possible effects of unsealing Plath letters held by Smith College library.

Conditions Governing Access


Not Public Record(s)