The Knopf editorial letter is in for the novel, stuffed with interesting ideas and responses. Many of them, I'm happy to say, fit in with what Rosalind and I had agreed on, arising from the UK letter, but there are other new possibilities for cutting and adding and balancing and clarifying. No big disturbances necessary, though; I was right in thinking that all the pieces were in place, even if they weren't necessarily arranged perfectly.
I've got the ms. here in Brisbane with me but I don't know that I'll do anything on it while I'm here. I've got plenty to chew on when I'm not swanning around the West End and the South Bank, though. Always with the thinking.