Hodder and Stoughton


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Literary responses Edith Mary Moore
Even before publication, Hodder and Stoughton called this novel almost perfect of its kind and said that they were proud to issue it.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
(22 March 1917): 135
Later they advertised it as not only a...
Material Conditions of Writing Emmuska, Baroness Orczy
She wondered whether it would be appropriate to go on publishing frivolous, pleasure-giving books in wartime, but was assured by her publishers, Hodder and Stoughton , that it was, and that they would need the...
Publishing Mary Stewart
This work was serialized in Woman's Journal before book publication. An American edition appeared in 1955.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
2769 (25 February 1955): 124
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MS took her title from a folk-song which runs: Madam, will you walk? /...
Publishing Catherine Carswell
The Hodder and Stoughton reader's report was damning: a single characteristic, satire on a good Christian lady (the heroine's aunt), was in such bad taste as to doom the book to failure. CC replied defiantly...
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
E. P. Dutton also published the US edition in 1910, Copp Clark of Toronto came out with one in 1911, and Hodder and Stoughton produced one in 1912.
Publishing Mary Stewart
Having always wanted to write a historical novel, MS later recalled that the idea for The Crystal Cave came from a story in an early history of King Arthur : Geoffrey of Monmouth 's twelfth-century...
Publishing Richmal Crompton
In a delicate tug-of-war, the editor of the first magazine to publish the William stories also accepted and paid for a number of short stories for adults written by RC , some of which were...
Publishing Rosemary Sutcliff
RS chose the England of King Arthur for an adult novel entitled Sword at Sunset, which her new publishers, Hodder and Stoughton , advertised as her greatest novel.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
3200 (28 June 1963): 469
Publishing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
SACD (with the help of scholar Leslie Curnow ) published The History of Spiritualism in two volumes, dedicated to Sir Oliver Lodge . For this book he switched from Hodder and Stoughton to Cassell ...
Publishing Gwen Moffat
GM changed her publisher from Hodder and Stoughton to Gollancz for Survival Count, subtitled a personal journey towards conservation.
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Publishing Rosemary Sutcliff
RS also published five adult historical novels, two of them during this decade: Lady in Waiting, 1956, and The Rider of the White Horse, 1959. For these she chose a different publisher, Hodder and Stoughton
Publishing Edith Mary Moore
EMM made yet another change of publisher when she issued her extraordinary novel Teddy R. N. D. through Hodder and Stoughton , priced at five shillings.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
(12 April 1917): 175
Publishing Edith Mary Moore
For the first time in her career, EMM used the same publisher again after several years: her novel The Blind Marksman (apparently her last) was issued by Hodder and Stoughton at seven shillings and sixpence...
Publishing Annie S. Swan
Sir William Robertson Nicoll , friend of ASS and power behind the The British Weekly: A Journal of Social and Christian Progress (which was published at London by Hodder and Stoughton ), proposed to her...
Publishing Georgette Heyer
It was in this year that GH signed contracts with Heinemann for three historical romances and with Hodder and Stoughton for four detective stories.
Haas, Lidija. “Wholly Allergic”. London Review of Books, No. 16, pp. 29 -30.
This particular novel appeared in the United States as Merely Murder.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.


June 1868
The publishing firm of Hodder and Stoughton was founded at 17 Paternoster Row, London, by Matthew Henry Hodder and Thomas Wilberforce Stoughton .
The Reprint Society was founded by the publishers William Collins , Macmillan , Heinemann , and Hodder and Stoughton .
Hodder and Stoughton , along with Alan Bott of the Book Society , founded Pan Books Limited , with Aubrey Forshaw as the managing director.
Hodder and Stoughton published The Grand-Daughter by Helen Foley .
Helen Foley 's novel entitled The Pitcher Plant was released by Hodder and Stoughton .