Livia Gollancz

Standard Name: Gollancz, Livia


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Intertextuality and Influence Gwen Moffat
The subtitle reflects the fact that GW, a habitual solitary traveller, was recovering from a recent bereavement. She suggested to Livia Gollancz that she might write a book about Yugoslavia (too familiar) or Ireland (not...
Publishing Nina Bawden
She was depressed by the quality of the books her boys were reading, and said she wanted to give [her] children something that would encourage them to feel they could make a difference to what...
Publishing Ivy Compton-Burnett
In the early 1960s ICB had a disastrous lunch with her publisher, Victor Gollancz . (It was only the second time she had met him in person.) She asked him to put out a collected...
Publishing Gwen Moffat
Livia Gollancz , who had taken over her father's publishing house at his death in earky 1967, persuaded GM that she should try writing crime fiction.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Travel Gwen Moffat
At the urging of Livia Gollancz , GM (who had never been further from Britain than the Alps) set out in spring to travel the Western USA in the footsteps of early pioneers.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Against her...


8 February 1967
Victor Gollancz died, and his publishing firm was taken over by his daughter Livia .