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Anthologization Pam Gems
The play was revived under the new title at London's Hampstead Theatre in December of the same year.
Lloyd Evans, Gareth, and Barbara Lloyd-Evans, editors. Plays in Review, 1956-1980: British Drama and the Critics. Methuen, 1985.
Demastes, William W., editor. British Playwrights, 1956-1995. Greenwood Press, 1996.
It was published on its own in 1977, then reprinted in Methuen 's first...
Anthologization Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence
Emmeline Pethick (later EPL ) contributed an essay on Working Girls' Clubs to Will Reason 's University and Social Settlements, which appeared in Methuen 's Social Questions of To-Day series.
OCLC WorldCat.
Brittain, Vera. Pethick-Lawrence: A Portrait. George Allen and Unwin, 1963.
Anthologization Deborah Levy
The Magdalena Project ( is an international cross-cultural network facilitating production, visibility, and critical discussion of theatre and performance by women. The play has an all-female cast, described on the playwrights website (which mistakenly...
Literary responses Pam Gems
Although the play seemed to be well received during the previews, it received a bad press on opening night.
Gems, Pam. “Putting on the Style”. Plays by Women: Volume Three, edited by Michelene Wandor and Michelene Wandor, Methuen, 1984, pp. 47 - 8.
In his review for Plays and Players, Charles Spencer described it as an intense...
Performance of text Louise Page
LP 's comedy Diplomatic Wives premiered at WatfordPalace Theatre ; its publication by Methuen was timed to coincide with this event.
Page, Louise. Diplomatic Wives. Methuen, 1989.
Publishing Julia Frankau
As usual for fiction, she published as Frank Danby. This novel's length (120,000 words) provoked Marie Belloc Lowndes to joke about the episodes of jeopardy being recurrent. JF feared in 1911 that Methuen would...
Publishing Violet Trefusis
Echo was published in English by Methuen in 1988; it was translated by Siân Miles with an introduction by John Phillips .
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Publishing Rose Macaulay
This went through a number of editions, including one from Methuen in 1985.
Publishing Rose Macaulay
It appeared from Methuen , with whom RM had reached an agreement shortly before receiving an offer from Cambridge University Press .
Lefanu, Sarah. Rose Macaulay. Virago, 2003.
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Publishing Marie Corelli
This book appeared anonymously, but it quickly came to be known that MC had co-authored it, along with Eric Mackay (her half-brother) and Henry Labouchere .
As the extent of Mackay and Labouchere's contribution is...
Publishing Beatrice Harraden
BH chose another new publisher, Nelson , for her novel Out of the Wreck I Rise, before returning with her next to Methuen .
Campbell, Gerald FitzGerald. “Out of the Wreck I Rise”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 544, p. 247.
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
Subsequent editions were published by Methuen and Co. (the original publisher), D. Appleton (in New York), and T. Nelson . They continued appearing until 1930.
OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Michelene Wandor
The volume was rejected by several major play publishers, including Methuen , before the socialist Journeyman Press agreed to take it.
Wandor, Michelene. “Women playwrights and the challenge of feminism in the 1970s”. Cambridge Companion to Modern British Women Playwrights, edited by Elaine Aston and Janelle Reinelt, Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 53 -68.
The collection includes MW 's own Care and Control, as well as...
Publishing B. M. Croker
Having already clocked up four different London publishers, BMC issued Angel: A Sketch in Indian Ink through another one, Methuen . She went on to use several more publishing firms after this.
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
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Publishing Louise Page
It was issued in print in 1986, collaboratively by the Women's Playhouse Trust and Methuen , inaugurating this innovative joint publishing venture. The edition has the Old Vic programme bound into its centre.
Page, Louise. Beauty and the Beast. Methuen in association with the Women’s Playhouse Trust, 1986.
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June 1889
Algernon Methuen Marshall Stedman founded Methuen and Company at 19 Bury Street, London.
The Women's Playhouse Trust was founded to improve opportunities in the theatre for women writers, directors, designers, administrators, technicians and actresses,
Page, Louise. Beauty and the Beast. Methuen in association with the Women’s Playhouse Trust, 1986.
between 22 and 23
building on feminist fringe activity but within the mainstream.