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Publishing Julia Frankau
Henry Vizetelly , a publisher associated with progressive thinking of various kinds—he went to prison for publishing translations of Zola —promoted this novel by emphasis on its being a picture of Jewish life.
Lock, Stephen, and Julia Frankau. “Introduction”. Dr. Phillips, The Keynes Press, p. v - xii.
Publishing Margaret Harkness
Her publisher was the notorious firm of Henry Vizetelly , who was to be jailed the year after this for publishing English translations of Zola . Vizetelly arranged for MH 's novel to be translated...


1880: Henry Vizetelly founded Vizetelly and Company...

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Henry Vizetelly founded Vizetelly and Company at 42 Catherine Street, Strand, London, with his sons Frank and Arthur .

By early November 1884: George Moore issued his second realist novel,...

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By early November 1884

George Moore issued his second realistnovel, A Mummer's Wife, through Henry Vizetelly after several rejections.

1885: Vizetelly published George Moore's Literature...

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Vizetelly published George Moore 's Literature at Nurse; or Circulating Morals, followed up Moore's earlier attack on the censorship exercised by circulating libraries.


Frankau, Julia. Dr. Phillips. Vizetelly, 1887.
Harkness, Margaret. A City Girl. Vizetelly, 1887.
Robinson, F. Mabel. Disenchantment. Vizetelly, 1886.
Robinson, F. Mabel. Irish History for English Readers. Vizetelly, 1886.
Robinson, F. Mabel. Mr. Butler’s Ward. Vizetelly, 1885.
Robinson, F. Mabel. The Plan of Campaign. Vizetelly, 1888.