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How to obtain foreign rights
Thread poster: joshperl
joshperl
German to English
Aug 6, 2004

I'm in the process of completing a translation of an obscure essay by a major German philosopher which (to the best of my knowledge) has never been translated into English. I'm by no means a professional translator, but think that my translation may stand up to scrutiny. I know that Suhrkamp holds the rights to this philosopher's work -- any advice in writing and requesting the rights?

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joshperl
German to English
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Thanks Aug 9, 2004

I confirmed that Suhrkamp still held the rights, and e-mailed the person responsible for foreign rights as you recommended. We'll see how it turns out, but thanks in any case for the advice. The philosopher is Theodor Adorno.

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