French literary agent. Name variations: Mrs. William Aspenwall Bradley; Mme Jenny Serruys. Born Jenny Serruys in France; m. William Aspenwall Bradley (b. 1878), 1921.
Was a partner in the literary agency set up in Paris by her husband, to serve such American expatriates as Hemingway and Fitzerald; also introduced the finest French writers, such as Camus and Gide, to the Knopfs for American publication.
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