Chatto and Windus

Connections

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Dedications Amanda McKittrick Ros
Delina Delaney was published at AMKR 's expense. A reissue by Chatto and Windus , 1935, was dedicated to John Coghlan .
Dedications Elspeth Huxley
EH published through ChattoThe Prince Buys the Manor, an extravaganza of a satirical novel dedicated to Norah Smallwood as silken spur, incisive counsellor, and warm-hearted friend.
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins, 2002.
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Dedications Rosamond Lehmann
At the time she began the novel, RL admitted that she had very little knowledge of contemporary women's writing other than May Sinclair 's. She dedicated this work to Dadie Rylands , who had advised...
Employer Elizabeth Jane Howard
In winter 1953 EJH , aged about thirty, became an editor at Chatto and Windus , which was then run by Norah Smallwood and Ian Parsons . She read submitted manuscripts, wrote reports on them...
Employer Elizabeth Jennings
EJ was a reader for the publishing firm of Chatto and Windus .
Who’s Who. Adam and Charles Black, 1849.
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Taylor
Friends said that ET was very shy, but cared very much for very few people.
Liddell, Robert, and Francis King. Elizabeth and Ivy. Peter Owen, 1986.
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She was lucky in that Ivy Compton-Burnett (who was a generation older than she was, and notoriously difficult) and...
Intertextuality and Influence Kate Clanchy
KC 's second Arvon course was taught by Simon Armitage , who had recently become the poetry editor at Chatto and Windus . Armitage offered KC a chance to publish. This led to the appearance...
Literary responses Rosamond Lehmann
Reviews were slow to appear, and according to RL 's brother John many of the early ones were lukewarm or even hostile.
Lehmann, John. In My Own Time. Little, Brown, 1969.
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However, the poet Alfred Noyes (a friend of their father) ecstatically praised...
Occupation Virginia Woolf
During the previous fifteen years of its life it had earned an income of £814 per annum (an average which takes in the total of three pounds in 1924 and £2,442 in 1938, its most...
Occupation Elizabeth Jane Howard
In 1958, the Day-Lewis affair having put an end to her Chatto and Windus job, EJH worked briefly as a fiction editor for Weidenfeld and Nicolson . She gave up this job when her agent,...
Publishing Valentine Ackland
For Sylvia: An Honest Account, VA 's confessional memoir, was finally published by Chatto and Windus , after the deaths of both Ackland and Sylvia Townsend Warner , with a foreword by Bea Howe .
Harman, Claire. Sylvia Townsend Warner: A Biography. Chatto and Windus, 1989.
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Publishing Rosamond Lehmann
For this novel she changed her publisher to Collins , who had made her a generous offer a couple of years before. She set out not to hurt the feelings of Harold Raymond of Chatto and Windus
Publishing Rumer Godden
After long prodding from Jon's publisher, Norah Smallwood of Chatto and Windus , the two sisters followed this with Shiva's Pigeons: An Experience of India, 1972 (which deals with the period immediately after the...
Publishing Sylvia Townsend Warner
It was dedicated to Stone's wife, Janet. The first edition contained sixteen engravings and sixteen poems. Ruari McLean of The Monotype Corporation designed it as a specimen for a new typeface (Dante Roman and Italic)...
Publishing Valentine Ackland
In the American edition, published by Viking Press in November 1933, the two authors' love poems are printed with no attributions, so that readers could not ascertain who wrote each individual poem. However, in the...

Timeline

1873
After John Camden Hotten 's death, his publications manager Andrew Chatto bought the firm, and in partnership with poet W. E. Windus formed Chatto and Windus .
1876
John Maxwell sold Belgravia to Chatto and Windus , ending Mary Elizabeth Braddon 's association with the monthly.
1895
Chatto and Windus published The Professor's Experiment, a novel by Margaret Hungerford (who was near the end of her life but not yet slackening in productivity).
1908
Chatto and Windus of London began publication of series of books for which they commissioned Herbert P. Horne to develop the Florence typeface.
1926
Soon after Chatto and Windus published The Cantab by Shane Leslie , the book was censured by the Roman Catholic Church , and Leslie (a Catholic himself, who had been critical of James Joyce 's...