Cambridge University Press

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Employer Elaine Feinstein
EF worked as an editor for Cambridge University Press , a job which, she said, taught her a great deal.
Feinstein, Elaine. It Goes with the Territory. Alma, 2013.
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Literary responses Anne Finch
The poet Dilys Laing wryly asserted solidarity when in 1949 she addressed Finch in Sonnet to a Sister in Error, noting that women who slight the management of a servile house will themselves be...
Occupation Elaine Feinstein
EF began a three-year lectureship in English at Bishop's Stortford Training College , which she calls a paradise after Cambridge University Press .
Feinstein, Elaine. It Goes with the Territory. Alma, 2013.
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Publishing Camilla Crosland
It was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Crosland, Camilla. Landmarks of a Literary Life. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Publishing Flora Annie Steel
This work is dedicated To the English girls to whom fate may assign the task of being house-mothers in Our Eastern Empire.
Hickman, Katie. Daughters of Britannia: The Life and Times of Diplomatic Wives. Flamingo, 2000.
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Steel and Gardiner called themselves on the title-page two twenty year's [sic]...
Publishing Margaret Gatty
The Book of Sun-Dials reflects her early interest in the emblems of Francis Quarles . On its title-page she describes herself as collecting rather than writing it—from the sundial collection she had been amassing all...
Publishing Mary Wollstonecraft
Many critics describe this as a travel book: the first one by a Romantic writer to deal with the exotic North. Critic Gary Kelly , however, says that it purports
Kelly, Gary. Revolutionary Feminism: The Mind and Career of Mary Wollstonecraft. Macmillan, 1992.
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to be a travel...
Publishing Clara Balfour
The text was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Balfour, Clara. Sketches of English Literature, from the Fourteenth to the Present Century. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Publishing Constance Lytton
It is dedicated to prisoners, and not to suffrage or political prisoners only, but to those brought to jail by distress of circumstance, drunkenness, selfish action, cruelty, or madness.CL urges them to remember...
Publishing Josephine Butler
It was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Butler, Josephine. The Constitution Violated. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Publishing Florence Nightingale
The earliest surviving copies are without the title-page statement about translation rights, and the endpaper advertisements, which were added in succeeding issues.
Burmester, James, Rosamund Burmester, and Emma Pound. English Books. James Burmester Rare Books, 1985.
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The book was extremely popular with readers and, at the cost of...
Publishing Emily Davies
The book was released as the Schools Inquiry Commission was deliberating on its findings.
Stephen, Barbara. Emily Davies and Girton College. Constable, 1927.
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It was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Davies, Emily. The Higher Education of Women. Howarth, JanetEditor , Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Publishing Charlotte Stopes
The second, corrected, re-named edition was published in 1889, and reprinted in 1973.
Stopes, Charlotte. The Bacon-Shakspere Question. T. G. Johnson, 1888.
prelims
British Library Catalogue.
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
This second edition was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Stopes, Charlotte. The Bacon-Shakspere Question. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Publishing Dorothea Gerard
She dedicated this work To the Austrian Army as the wife of one of its members.
Gerard, Dorothea. The Austrian Officer at Work and at Play. Smith, Elder, 1913.
prelims
It was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Gerard, Dorothea. The Austrian Officer at Work and at Play. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Publishing Felicia Skene
This collection was reprinted in 1984,
British Library Catalogue.
and was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Skene, Felicia. Scenes from a Silent World; or, Prisons and their Inmates. Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Timeline

1534
Henry VIII granted a charter to Cambridge University giving the right to set up a printing press: Cambridge University Press , the world's earliest surviving publishing house, printed its first book exactly fifty years later.
Probably 10 July 1748
Dorothea, Lady Bradshaigh , wrote her first letter to Samuel Richardson , signing herself Belfour.
By 27 September 1905
Scientist Grace Chisholm Young published the first of two scientific books co-authored with her husband, William Henry Young : The First Book of Geometry.
1907
Cambridge University Press published the first of fourteen volumes of the Cambridge History of English Literature by A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller .
1911
Cambridge University Press published its eleventh edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica.
1923
The first issue of The Fleuron, a magazine devoted to the history and practice of typography, was published.
1951
Nikolaus Pevsner published the first three titles in his Buildings of England series, an immensely knowledgeable gazetteer, county by county, of historic and other noteworthy structures.
1977
Maggie Ross wrote and Alan Maley edited Death by Drowning, published by Cambridge University Press as a reader for the Cambridge English Language Learning programme.
4 July 1996
A Defamation Act of this date, repealing and amending earlier British acts, has been later attacked as inviting censorship by private interests: a sedition law for millionaires,
Monbiot, George. “The main threat to free speech is legal”. Guardian Weekly, p. 24.
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because of the huge figures exacted in...