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A letter from Eileen Chang to C.T. Hsia, 1982. In this letter dated January 22, 1982, Dick McCarthy has recommended a book agent for Eileen Chang's translation of "Hai Shang Hua". So Eileen Chang decides to have the book to be published by a commercial publishing house instead of by the Columbia University Press. Eileen Chang asks Xia not to proceed with Columbia University Press. The envelope has USPS Domestic "C" stamp with dated stamp of 22 Jan 1982 Los Angeles is addressed to "Professor C.T. Hsia, 415 West 115th St., Apt. 22, New York, N.Y. 10025" from address "Chang, 1825 N. Kingsley Dr., #305, Los Angeles, CA 90027." 張愛玲寄給夏志清的信,1982. 這封信是在1982年1月22日寫的. Dick McCarthy 自動為張愛玲的英譯"海上花"舉薦代理人.故張愛玲想找美國書商來出版, 囑夏哥大方面暫緩進行. 信封上有一張國內"C"郵票, 郵政戳印日期為1982年1月22日于加州洛杉磯, 並有收件人地址"Professor C.T. Hsia, 415 West 115th St., Apt. 22, New York, N.Y. 10025" 及寄件人地址"Chang, 1825 N. Kingsley Dr., #305, Los Angeles, CA 90027."
1 p. 28 x 22 cm. + 1 envelope letters (correspondence)