Essays on authorship

The spoken version of Desiderata earned a Grammy award for Les Crane in 1971. Like many others, he’d seen the words on a poster and mistakenly thought them to be in the public domain. That error cost him — he was later forced to share the royalties with the late Ehrmann’s family. (Ehrmann’s original 1927 copyright was renewed in 1954 by Bertha Ehrmann, and is now held by Robert L. Bell of Sarasota, Florida.) It seems Crane had failed to heed the poem’s exhortation to “exercise caution in your business affairs.”

Essays on authorship

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