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Nor does the Lady Macbeth of Williams’s life, his literary executor Maria Britneva, who both tried to marry Laughlin and terrorized him through her control of the Williams copyrights.
Lanzmann’s decision to sell the letters from his former lover was impelled by a conflict with de Beauvoir’s adopted daughter, Sylvie Le Bon de Beauvoir, who is the philosopher’s literary executor.
Wanted: an up-and-coming poet to serve as her heir and literary executor.
To be sure, people who leave copies of their own letters with literary executors permit them to make the letters available to biographers.
Kafka named his friend literary executor, asking Brod to burn all of his writing after his death.
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