Copyright Acknowledgement Question
I'm working on Franz Kafka's 'The Trial'. I've found a version in Project Gutenberg, translated by David Wyllie.
The text says:
"This is a COPYRIGHTED Project Gutenberg eBook.
Copyright (C) 2003 by David Wyllie."
There is also an extensive PG header and end section. I know that with the public domain PG books I can just delete these.
My question is, what exactly can I delete (and what must I keep) in order properly to acknowledge Mr Wyllie's copyright?
Do I have to keep all the extremely long PG blurb, or is it enough to keep the two short sentences quoted above?
I would be grateful for guidance, so as to get it right.
Of making many books there is no end [Ecclesiastes, 12.12]