T. Fisher Unwin


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Fictionalization John Oliver Hobbes
JOH found herself the subject of a more personal response in works by George Moore . Mildred Lawson in Celibates (1895), whose obnoxious heroine was modelled on Moore's reading of his relationship with Hobbes, was...
Publishing Rosamund Marriott Watson
She maintained a friendly correspondence with publisher Thomas Fisher Unwin during the book's preparation. But their amicable relations were temporarily suspended when she wrote a furious letter to Unwin upon seeing Tomson's illustrations in proof...
Publishing Phyllis Bentley
With borrowed money, PB managed to pay Fisher Unwin to publish her first book: a short-story collection entitled The World's Bane, and Other Stories.
Johnson, George M., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 191. Gale Research, 1998.
Publishing Storm Jameson
This had been rejected by such publishers as Duckworth and Fisher Unwin before it was accepted, with revisions, by Michael Sadleir at Constable . Jameson had sent her typescript to Constable under her husband 's...
Publishing Frances Power Cobbe
Following the death of her publisher Sidney Williams , FPC had Thomas Fisher Unwin acquire the unbound sheets of seven of her ethical books and issue them under his imprint as an Author's Edition dated...
Publishing Amy Levy
She had written most of its new contents at Dresden and elsewhere on her travels.
Beckman, Linda Hunt. Amy Levy: Her Life and Letters. Ohio University Press, 2000.
As early as 1882 AL commissioned Clementina Black to approach publishers about what became this book. She had in...
Publishing Amy Levy
She had corrected the proofs only a week before her suicide.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
When Macmillan rejected the collection, she took it to Fisher Unwin the very next day.
Beckman, Linda Hunt. Amy Levy: Her Life and Letters. Ohio University Press, 2000.
Publishing Florence Farr
The manuscript was rejected by Unwin and Heinemann before her friend John Lane accepted it for somewhat questionable reasons: It is always very pleasant to accept the MS of a new riter [sic] but it...
Publishing E. Nesbit
Biographer Julia Briggs believes that the original story was stimulated by EN 's writing about her own schooldays for the Girls' Own Paper.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
The composite book of tales appeared in instalments in The Windsor...
Publishing John Oliver Hobbes
She had first approached Macmillan to publish the book, but they wanted the title changed and the last chapter revised. Hobbes refused, and approached Unwin's , which (on the advice of its reader, Edward Garnett
Publishing Dorothy L. Sayers
Whose Body? was published in the UK in October of the same year by Unwin .
Gilbert, Colleen B. A Bibliography of the Works of Dorothy L. Sayers. Macmillan, 1978.
Publishing John Oliver Hobbes
She wrote it during 1891 and 1892, while she was a student at University College, London , and dedicated it to Alfred Goodwin , her academic mentor, who had died in the February of 1892...
Publishing John Oliver Hobbes
JOH and Moore later quarrelled over contracts relating to their collaborations. Maison mentions one such argument in 1905, and Hobbes refers to an extraordinary scene
Maison, Margaret. John Oliver Hobbes. Eighteen Nineties Society, 1976.
between her and Moore at Unwin's offices the following...
Textual Features John Oliver Hobbes
T. Fisher Unwin 's Colonial Edition of this novel featured a cover design by Aubrey Beardsley that was replicated in the Copp Clark edition, which was published in Toronto, also in 1906.
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Textual Production Charlotte Eliza Humphry
Humphry was the editor of Mary A. Boland 's The Century Invalid Cookery Book, which was published in eight volumes in 1898 through T. Fisher Unwin in London.
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This text, which went through...


Thomas Fisher Unwin bought the small publishing house of Marshall Japp and Company and established his own business, T. Fisher Unwin , at 11 Paternoster Buildings, London.
Merely Players by Lucy Dale and Gertrude Minnie Faulding (writing as G. M. Faulding) was published from T. Fisher Unwin .