J. B. Lippincott

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Publishing Lady Cynthia Asquith
LCA produced lives of two members of the royal family. The Duchess of York (about the woman later much loved as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother) appeared in spring 1928, and God Save the King...
Publishing Nina Bawden
George Hardinge was NB 's first editor. She stayed with him as he moved from Collins , to Longman , and then to Macmillan . After his retirement, she moved to Gollancz (which had already...
Publishing Dorothy Brett
On 2 March 1930, when Lawrence died in France, Brett was in New York City mourning her father's death little more than a month earlier and hoping to receive more positive news of Lawrence's condition...
Publishing Ella Hepworth Dixon
It had already been serialized in the Lady's Pictorial from 23 January to 30 April this year.
Fehlbaum, Valerie. Ella Hepworth Dixon: the Story of a Modern Woman. Ashgate, 2005.
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Chatto and Windus offered EHD thirty-five pounds for the book, and wanted her to put her own...
Publishing Beatrice Harraden
BH collaborated with William A. Edwards in publishing with Lippincott of PhiladelphiaTwo Health-Seekers in Southern California, an advice or how-to book on running a small commercial orchard as an occupation for an invalid...
Publishing Zora Neale Hurston
For this work she changed her publisher from Lippincott to Scribner's . A reprint of 1991 has an introduction by Hazel V. Carby .
Library of Congress Online Catalog.
Publishing May Laffan
The original London edition (in three volumes) says that she had the help of J. E. C. Bodley in this project.
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under John Edward Courtenay Bodley
Malot's novel has by now been several times translated...
Publishing Caroline Norton
Serialization of CN 's novel Old Sir Douglas began in Macmillan's Magazine; it was issued in volumes by Tauchnitz in Leipzig and Lippincott in Philadelphia in 1867 as well as by two different London publishers.
Chedzoy, Alan. A Scandalous Woman: The Story of Caroline Norton. Allison and Busby, 1995.
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Publishing Tillie Olsen
The stories were I Stand Here Ironing, Hey Sailor, What Ship?, O Yes, and the title story. Lippincott , who first published the volume, lost money on it. It was published in...
Publishing Muriel Spark
That same year it was published in the USA by Knopf (to whom MS had moved from Lippincott ), and it also appeared in a condensed version in the Saturday Evening Post. It was...
Publishing Patricia Wentworth
PW 's Miss Silver mystery Ladies' Bane was published by J. B. Lippincott at Philadelphia and New York two years before its appearance in London.
Wentworth, Patricia. Ladies’ Bane. Lippincott, 1952.
title-page
British Library Catalogue.
Reception Muriel Spark
Spark's editor, Alan Maclean , told her: You've hit the jackpot today.
Spark, Muriel. Curriculum Vitae: Autobiography. Constable, 1992.
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The Comforters was successful enough for MS once more to leave her job and concentrate on writing. Maclean found her an American...
Textual Production Rebecca Harding Davis
RHD published the legal novel A Law Unto Herself with Lippincott of Philadelphia.
Rose, Jane Atteridge. Rebecca Harding Davis. Twayne Publishers, 1993.
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Textual Production Muriel Spark
This came at a time when she was submitting her work (almost entirely poetry) in large quantity and having it rejected. She submitted this story as Aquarius: real names were not revealed until the...

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