Michael Cuddihy was one of the translators of a book by Jacques Maritain (likely The Peasant of the Garonne). Cuddihy writes from Tucson, Arizona.
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See also "Cunneen, Joseph" file for information concerning a translation of a book by Jacques Maritain.
This Record Sub-Group is not divided into Series and is arranged chronologically.
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||TALS to Merton
||I regret having to write like this, interrupting your own work. I am the person who is translating
|| difficulties in working with Joe Cunneen on the project and suggested changes for Merton to inspect / Dan Walsh's ordination
||TL[c] from Merton
||I am terribly sorry to have ignored your letter for so long. To tell the truth, as you can well
|| many places where Merton agrees with Cuddihy that Cunneen's changes have change the original meaning in the translation, but other places where Cunneen seems to help the reader - new translator [Elizabeth Hughes?] - Merton's opinion that the book should not be translated / Dan Walsh's ordination