Tauchnitz

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Literary responses Jemima Tautphoeus
JT 's fiction received mixed reviews during her life. A Mrs Marie Barrett-Lennard of Sevenoaks went to some trouble to locate copies of her books in the late 1920s, when one might have supposed her...
Author summary Margaret Roberts
MR wrote from youth until old age, mostly during the later nineteenth century. She usually remained anonymous, though she did eventually give permission to the firm of Tauchnitz to put her name on some of...
Author summary Dorothea Gerard
DG was a novelist and romance-writer whose general conservatism co-existed with a piercing eye for relations across national and ethnic divides, for antisemitism and other forms of prejudice. She was the author, too, of an...
Publishing Frances Mary Peard
A Tauchnitz edition followed the next year.
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing B. M. Croker
This year, the year after Croker's death, saw a Tauchnitz edition of The Pagoda Tree, and the translation of several of her novels into Finnish, adding to her wide range of European translations.
OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Agnes Giberne
The Curate's Home, which first appeared with Seeley, Jackson and Halliday in London, was popular enough to be reprinted at New York by two different firms in 1876 and 1883, and also in...
Publishing Charlotte Riddell
She dedicated this book to Alexander Johns of Carrickfergus.
Ellis, Stewart Marsh. Wilkie Collins, Le Fanu, and Others. Books for Libraries Press, 1931.
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Tinsley Brothers arranged within a couple of hours of meeting her to pay her eight hundred pounds for this novel, of which fifty was...
Publishing Elizabeth De la Pasture
It also had several reprints, beginning with a Tauchnitz edition in the year of first publication.
Publishing Elinor Glyn
A year later, in September 1913, EG published another romance novel, The Sequence, 1905-1912. It appeared as Guinevere's Lover in the USA the same year, and the Tauchnitz edition of the following year used...
Publishing Edna Lyall
EL 's historical novel In Spite of All, 1901, set partly around Bosbury in Herefordshire,
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
was unusual in that she also used the same story (earlier in the year that the novel was...
Publishing Charlotte Dempster
The novel appears to have been popular enough to go through at least four additional reprints from 1870 to 1872, including a Tauchnitz edition printed at Leipzig in Germany.
OCLC WorldCat.
CD went on to develop...
Publishing Florence Marryat
FM published a novel entitled A Daughter of the Tropics, which turns on questions of race and of the occult. A Tauchnitz edition followed the next year.
OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Anne Thackeray Ritchie
ATR published Da Capo and Other Tales: this was the tenth title of hers to appear in Tauchnitz 's Collection of British Authors.
A reprint of her Madame de Sévigné biography was later added to the series.
Ritchie, Anne Thackeray. Out of the World and Other Tales. B. Tauchnitz, 1876.
prelims
Ritchie, Anne Thackeray. Da Capo and Other Tales. B. Tauchnitz, 1880.
prelims
Publishing Charlotte Dempster
By the autumn of 1886 CD had already begun collecting notes from friends in Marseilles as material for Ninette.
Dempster, Charlotte. The Manners of My Time. Knox, AliceEditor , Grant Richards, 1920.
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She dedicated this novel to the Gentle Memory of her close friend the Duchesse de Vallombrosa
Publishing Iza Duffus Hardy
This had a Tauchnitz edition the same year.
OCLC WorldCat.

Timeline

1875
Lucy Walford 's light-heartednovelMr. Smith: A Part of His Life appeared in Edinburgh and London before publication by Tauchnitz in Germany the following year.