Edward Arnold


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Publishing Mary Cholmondeley
MC decided not to serialise Red Pottage, as she had her earlier novels. She insisted that to be fairly judged, the story must be read as a whole.
Crisp, Jane. Mary Cholmondeley, 1859-1925. Department of English, University of Queensland, 1981.
This was her second novel...
Publishing Isabella Ormston Ford
She switched publishers, to Edward Arnold , for this second book.
Publishing Viola Meynell
The volume was published by Edward Arnold , Matthew Arnold's nephew, and sold so well that it was re-printed again by the end of the year. Harcourt Brace brought the book out in the United...
Textual Production Mary Cholmondeley
MC 's best-known and most controversial novel, Red Pottage, was published by Edward Arnold .
The University of Alberta copy of Red Pottage contains a brief inscription from MC to Rhoda Broughton .
Colby, Vineta. “’Devoted Amateur’: Mary Cholmondeley and Red Pottage”. Essays in Criticism, No. 2, pp. 213 - 28.
Textual Production Margaret Legge
Margaret Legge issued through a different publisher, Edward Arnold , The Wane of Uxenden, another novel.
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.


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