Upon receiving the 1994 edition of the Book Sellers' Catalogue, I was stupefied to find that several of my books are still presented for sale by Editions Ivrea, which is nothing other than an improper successor to the "Lebovici" publishing house in liquidation. These are books that were supposed to have been pulped in 1991 (at the time I saw a certificate from the SODIS). Alice [Becker-Ho], who demanded the same for the first edition of the Princes, has been treated likewise.
I believe that we must react quickly and enduringly to such an extraordinary challenge, which inevitably has been encouraged by the people who seem to "conspire" against us. I obviously can no longer have any confidence in the attorney (Madame Marie-Christine Deluc) who [Jean-Jacques] Pauvert had recommended to me more than two years ago. I indicated to her the existence of these suspects and I haven't heard from her about them since then.
I think that we must see each other as soon as possible. Would it be possible for you to come by here soon, like the last time? Or to send Teresa [Cremisi] after having instructed her in all of your precise conclusions concerning this strange affair?
As I do not know if you are in Paris at this moment, I simultaneously send a copy of this letter to Teresa.Very amicably,
 Translator's note: for more on Editions Ivrea, see the Wikipedia entry under Champ Libre(!).
 Translator's note: SODIS is a book distributor. See letter to Yves Cournot dated 9 April 1991.
 Translator's note: see letter to Jean-Jacques Pauvert dated 27 May 1993.
(Published in Guy Debord Correspondance, Vol 7: Janvier 1988-Novembre 1994 by Librairie Artheme Fayard, 2008. Translated from the French by NOT BORED! June 2009. Footnotes by the publisher, except where noted.)