Letter 16 to Diana Athill
The entire letter consists of Ghali's reent mental thoughts of loneliness and anguish, He explains his daily thoughts of feeling empty and hopeless, keeping to himself and not wanting to interact with anyone else. He is aware of how dismal his mental state is and feels like there is nothing he can do about it. At the end, he also notes that Editions Robert Loffant has given him an offer for the distribution of his book and asks Diana if she thinks he should take the deal.
Letter, 4 pagesPersonal names mentioned in the letter: Editions Robert Loffant;