American literary publishing houses, 1900-1980.

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Statementedited by Peter Dzwonkoski.
SeriesDictionary of literary biography ;, v. 46
ContributionsDzwonkoski, Peter.
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LC ClassificationsZ479 .A45 1986
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Paginationxx, 465 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2709568M
ISBN 100810317249
LC Control Number86002210

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History Origins. InMoses Woodruff Dodd (–) and John S. Taylor, at that time a leading publisher in New York, formed the company of Taylor and Dodd as a publisher of religious books.

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46, Gale,pp. ) Henry Smith Williams’s book Modern Warfare was published inan original title published by Hearst’s. The date of the prints is the same as the corresponding book unless otherwise noted.

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History World Book Company () The first-created component of what would eventually become Harcourt was the World Book Company (unrelated to the Chicago-based World Book, Inc. publisher of. A History of Book Publishing in the United States: Volume III: The Golden Age Between Two Wars – New York: Bowker.

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and Chilton Research Services) is a former publishing company, most famous for its trade magazines, and. As documented in American Literary Publishing Houses,(v ol.

46, ): “On graduating from Harvard inEdmund Randolph Brown founded the Four Seas Company at Norwood Street.

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Herbert Jonathan Cape was born in London on 15 Novemberthe youngest of the seven children of Jonathan Cape, a clerk from Ireby in what is now Cumbria, and his wife Caroline, née Page. He. Print Culture and History of the Book (see also Journalism and Media) Search this Guide Search.

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As of March 7,the company operates. InAlbert Boni co-founded the publishing firm of Boni and Liveright, where he helped launch the Modern Library. Though Boni's name remained a part of the publishing house untilhe left the.

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The book illustrations and signed artists' prints are one and the same. Fleming, Margaret W. "Limited Editions Club." Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. American Literary Publishing Houses. 46American Literary Publishing Houses, – Trade and Paperback, edited by Peter Dzwonkoski () 47American Historians, –, edited by Clyde N.

Wilson () 48American Poets. Jonathan Cape is a London publishing firm founded in by Herbert Jonathan Cape, who was head of the firm until his death in Cape and his business partner Wren Howard set up the publishing.

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Dictionary of literary biography. Detroit, Mich: Gale Research Co. – ISBN ^ Dzwonkoski, Peter. Abstract: This collection contains booklets from the Little Blue Book and related series published by the Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas in the midth century.

The titles in the collection. Dictionary of Literary Biography: American Novelists 3 (Dictionary of Literary Biography Series, Vol ) by James J. Martine 9 Modern British dramatists,2 volumes A-L & M-Z. Bushnell, Judith. "Haldeman-Julius Company," in The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Volume American Literary Publishing Houses, (Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company, ).

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