Hutchinson

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Anthologization Elaine Feinstein
EF published with Hutchinson in 1973 (the same year as her third novel, The Glass Alembic) a poetry volume entitled The Celebrants, from which Fleur Adcock selected the poem Lais for The Faber...
Dedications Maureen Duffy
MD published with HutchinsonLyrics for the Dog Hour, a book of poems, headed with an address in Latin to Death and a dedication in Italian to Anadyomene.
Anadyomene, meaning I rise from the...
Material Conditions of Writing Susan Hill
SH issued her second novel, Do Me a Favour, another very early work, written as an undergraduate and published, like her first, with Hutchinson .
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Publishing Naomi Jacob
The title is a phrase used to describe the evangelist St Luke . This seems to have been the last novel that NJ published through Thornton Butterworth before switching to Hutchinson .
Publishing Beryl Bainbridge
The manuscript of this book had been firmly dismissed, with negative comment on the imagery, diction, and spelling, in 1964 by BB 's then agent.
King, Brendan. Beryl Bainbridge. Bloomsbury .
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New Authors, the brainchild of Graham Nicoll ...
Publishing Naomi Jacob
This novel was published by Hutchinson , to whom NJ moved from Butterworth as a result of the lucrative, long-standing contract negotiated with Hutchinson by her agent, Raymond Savage .
Bailey, Paul. Three Queer Lives: An Alternative Biography of Fred Barnes, Naomi Jacob and Arthur Marshall. Hamish Hamilton (Penguin).
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As the series took...
Publishing Hélène Barcynska
It is often referred to as her first novel (presumably in part because The Little Mother Who Sits at Home was presented as non-fiction).
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
55957 (11 March 1964): 15
She remembered finishing it with her...
Publishing Emma Frances Brooke
With this novel she temporarily changed publishers, from W. Heinemann to another London firm, Hutchinson and Co.
British Library Catalogue. http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?dscnt=0&tab=local_tab&dstmp=1489778087340&vid=BLVU1&mode=Basic&fromLo.
Publishing Naomi Jacob
Savage was forced to tell her, from Hutchinson , that her sales had slumped and that her mode of writing was considered out of date. She blamed the messenger for the news, and never forgave...
Publishing Emma Frances Brooke
A US edition, however (published before 6 October 1900 in Chicago by Herbert S. Stone & Co. ), gave her name as Emma Brooke.
Brooke, Emma Frances. The Engrafted Rose. Herbert S. Stone.
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Anonymous,. “Female Story-Tellers”. New York Times, p. 32.
(6 Oct 1900): 32
The London edition was again published by Hutchinson .
British Library Catalogue. http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?dscnt=0&tab=local_tab&dstmp=1489778087340&vid=BLVU1&mode=Basic&fromLo.
Publishing Emmuska, Baroness Orczy
Her next romance, Will-o-the-Wisp, for which she had a contract with Hutchinson , she set aside from despair of being able to get it to the publisher. It finally appeared in the year of her death.
Emmuska, Baroness Orczy,. Links in the Chain of Life. Hutchinson.
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Publishing Charlotte Riddell
She dedicated it to Frederick C. Skey , former president of the Royal College of Surgeons .
Ellis, Stewart Marsh. Wilkie Collins, Le Fanu, and Others. Books for Libraries Press.
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Already in 1871, ostensibly the year of its book publication, two other London publishers, Gall and Inglis
Publishing Ada Cambridge
AC signed a contract with Hutchinson on 4 February 1904. She received an advance of £75 that was desperately needed.
Tate, Audrey. Ada Cambridge: Her Life and Work, 1844-1926. Melbourne University Press.
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Publishing Barbara Cartland
BC wrote seven more novels during the next decade.
Heald, Tim. A Life of Love: The Life of Barbara Cartland. Sinclair-Stevenson.
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Her earlier novels, including her first, were published mainly by Duckworth , then Hutchinson . When sales declined, she switched to publishing with Mandarin and Severn .
Heald, Tim. A Life of Love: The Life of Barbara Cartland. Sinclair-Stevenson.
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Publishing Elaine Feinstein
EF 's next poetry volume, City Music, full of personal poems about the passage of time, was the last she published with Hutchinson before the axing of their poetry list.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012]. http://www.gale.com/c/the-times-literary-supplement-historical-archive.
4563 (14 September 1990): 987
British Library Catalogue. http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?dscnt=0&tab=local_tab&dstmp=1489778087340&vid=BLVU1&mode=Basic&fromLo.
Feinstein, Elaine. It Goes with the Territory. Alma.
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Timeline

10 October 1887: George Thompson Hutchinson founded Hutchinson...

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10 October 1887

1906: Stanley Paul and Company Limited was founded...

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1906

Stanley Paul and Company Limited was founded by Stanley Paul at 31 Essex Street, London, after he left the staff of Hutchinson and Company .

1914: Claire De Pratz's Pomm's Daughter was published...

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1914

Claire De Pratz 's Pomm's Daughter was published through Hutchinson .

1921: Hutchinson published Josephine Ward's novel...

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1921

Hutchinson published Josephine Ward 's novelNot Known Here.

29 December 1940: St Paul's Cathedral in London survived an...

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29 December 1940

St Paul's Cathedral in London survived an air raid that destroyed almost all the buildings around it; a photograph of the dome standing amidst flames and billowing smoke became an emblem of the courage of...

1954: Five books were the subject of obscenity...

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1954

Five books were the subject of obscenity prosecutions in England: Walter Baxter 's The Image and the Search, Vivian Connell 's September in Quinze, Charles McGraw 's The Man in Control,...

Texts

Adburgham, Alison. A Punch History of Manners and Modes 1841-1940. Hutchinson, 1961.
Asquith, Lady Cynthia. Diaries 1915-1918. Hutchinson, 1968.
Asquith, Lady Cynthia, editor. The Ghost Book. Hutchinson, 1926.
Bainbridge, Beryl. A Weekend With Claude. Hutchinson, 1967.
Bainbridge, Beryl. Another Part of the Wood. Hutchinson, 1968.
Beer, Patricia. Moon’s Ottery. Hutchinson, 1978.
Beer, Patricia. Selected Poems. Hutchinson, 1979.
Beer, Patricia. The Lie of the Land. Hutchinson, 1983.
Beer, Patricia. The Star Cross Ferry. Hutchinson, 1999.
Beerbohm, Max, editor. Herbert Beerbohm Tree: Some Memories of Him and of His Art. Hutchinson, 1920.
Benjamin, Lewis Saul. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: Her life and Letters (1689-1762). Hutchinson, 1925.
Benjamin, Lewis Saul. Life of William Makepeace Thackeray. Hutchinson, 1890.
Bowen, Marjorie. The Man with the Scales. Hutchinson, 1954.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. Beyond These Voices. Hutchinson, 1910.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. Mary. Hutchinson, 1916.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. The Rose of Life. Hutchinson, 1905.
Brain, Robert. The Decorated Body. Hutchinson, 1979.
Briggs, Julia. A Woman of Passion: The Life of E. Nesbit, 1858-1924. Hutchinson, 1987.
Caffyn, Kathleen. A Comedy in Spasms. Hutchinson, 1895.
Caffyn, Kathleen. A Quaker Grandmother. Hutchinson, 1896.
Caffyn, Kathleen. A Yellow Aster. Hutchinson, 1894.
Caffyn, Kathleen. Children of Circumstance. Hutchinson, 1894.
Caffyn, Kathleen. Poor Max. Hutchinson, 1898.
Cambridge, Ada. Sisters. Hutchinson, 1904.
Cannan, May. The Lonely Generation. Hutchinson, 1934.