Walter Scott Publishing Company


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Reception Victoria Cross
Anna Lombard, described by Charlotte Mitchell as VC 's most notorious work,
Mitchell, Charlotte. Victoria Cross, 1868-1952: A Bibliography. Victorian Fiction Research Unit, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland.
owed much of its success to efficient marketing by John Long , whose firm was then known for printing works of...
Textual Production Laurence Alma-Tadema
In 1895 the publishing firm of Walter Scott issued a volume which puts together two translations by LAT of plays by Maeterlinck : Pelleas and Melisanda; and, The Sightless, and gave rise to various...
Textual Production Mathilde Blind
MB edited, with introductions, Byron 's Letters and Journals and his Poetical Works (two volumes), issued in London by the publisher Walter Scott .
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Victoria Cross
VC published through the firm of Walter ScottSix Chapters of a Man's Life (an unconventional take on rape): her second novel of the new century but also a reworking of her early, unpublished The...


1882: Walter Scott Publishing Company was established...

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Walter Scott Publishing CompanySir Walter Scott was established out of the bankrupt Tyne Publishing Company in Paternoster Square, London.


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