Dutton

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Publishing Isabella Bird
Subsequent editions included a two-volume version issued by the New York publishing firm of Putnam in 1881, an abridged edition from New York's Dutton in 1916, and a Virago reprint with an introduction by Pat Barr
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
Those who published the book in 1908 included Thomas Nelson and Sons and John Murray . E. P. Dutton put out a US edition in July of that year.
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Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
E. P. Dutton also published the US edition in 1910, Copp Clark of Toronto came out with one in 1911, and Hodder and Stoughton produced one in 1912.
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
It appeared through T. Nelson and Sons shortly after she came home from Belgium in early June. An edition came out later the same year from Dutton of New York.
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Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
A year later E. P. Dutton of New York brought out their own edition.
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
The volume was published by E. P. Dutton of New York in 1915.
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Publishing George Paston
She continued to use this pseudonym for all her publications. The volume received scant attention until it was reissued by Grant Richards in London and by Dutton in New York in 1902, in the wake...
Publishing Catharine Amy Dawson Scott
In 1929 American publishers Dutton released Is This Wilson? Messages Accredited to Woodrow Wilson , Received by Mrs. C.A. Dawson Scott.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Shepard, Leslie, editor. Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology. Gale Research, 1984.
Publishing Muriel Spark
Dutton issued The Stories of Muriel Spark in the USA (in which only six pieces were unpublished); an English edition followed two years later as Collected Stories, her last book with Bodley Head .
Rees, David. Muriel Spark, William Trevor, Ian McEwan, A Bibliography of their First Editions. Colophon Press, 1992.
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Stannard, Martin. Muriel Spark. The Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2009.
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Publishing Josephine Tey
She wrote the novel in less than three weeks (a contrast to the months or years spent on Kif) for a thriller writers' competition run by Methuen , with a prize of £250. She...
Publishing Evelyn Underhill
EU drew her material here from manuscripts in the British Museum (now the British Library ) as well as from old printed books.
Underhill, Evelyn. The Miracles of Our Lady Saint Mary. W. Heinemann, 1905.
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She aimed at re-introducing to English readers a cycle of old...
Publishing Lady Margaret Sackville
It was printed the same year by Dutton of New York.
Reception Sheila Kaye-Smith
A Tauchnitz edition appeared the same year.
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This novel went through seventeen printings or more, and was chosen Dutton 's Book of the Month.
Walker, Dorothea. Sheila Kaye-Smith. Twayne, 1980.
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Its author later professed to find it slight and conventional.
Walker, Dorothea. Sheila Kaye-Smith. Twayne, 1980.
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Textual Features Vernon Lee
This small volume was issued by Kegan Paul and E. P. Dutton 's Today and Tomorrow Series; other authors to publish here included Rebecca West , Bertrand Russell , and J. B. S. Haldane ...
Textual Production Sarah Macnaughtan
SM 's novel Snow upon the Desert was published by Hodder and Stoughton in London and E. P. Dutton in New York. It seems not to have been reprinted.
“Fiction.”. The Spectator, Vol. 111, No. 4448, pp. 467 - 8.
(27 September 1913): 468
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