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Anthologization Jessie White Mario
In 1877 JWM published La miseria di Napoli (in Italian), a book on the poor people of Naples. She returned to this subject several years later when she published The Housing of the Poor...
Friends, Associates Emily Dickinson
Other friendships for ED included those with literary men such as Thomas Wentworth Higginson , Samuel Bowles (editor of the Springfield Republican), and Josiah Holland . Elizabeth Holland , wife of Josiah and his...
Material Conditions of Writing Frances Hodgson Burnett
As a mother of two small boys, FHB began writing occasional children's stories for her friend Mary Mapes Dodge , editor from 1873 of Saint Nicholas, a magazine for young readers published by Scribner's .
Gerzina, Gretchen. Frances Hodgson Burnett. Chatto and Windus.
86, 88
Publishing Ménie Muriel Dowie
It was published simultaneously in New York with C. Scribner's Sons and in London with Methuen and Co.
Dowie, Ménie Muriel. Gallia. Editor Small, Helen, J. M. Dent.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Publishing Augusta Gregory
It appeared in a limited edition of 200 copies.
Smythe, Colin et al., editors. “Chronology”. Lady Gregory, Fifty Years After, Colin Smythe, pp. 1-12.
The following year it was published by John Murray in London and Scribner in New York.
Mikhail, Edward Halim. Lady Gregory: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism. Whitston.
The subtitle downplays AG 's role in...
Publishing Elizabeth Jane Howard
Its early working title was The Deep Blue Sea. She mentioned it as work in progress to Terence Rattigan , who thought it a very good title indeed. She later wrote that she liked...
Publishing Zora Neale Hurston
For this work she changed her publisher from Lippincott to Scribner's . A reprint of 1991 has an introduction by Hazel V. Carby .
Library of Congress Online Catalog.
Publishing P. D. James
PDJ 's first mystery novel, Cover Her Face (published in Britain in 1962), appeared in the United States from Charles Scribner's Sons , the American publisher of her subsequent books.
Gidez, Richard. P. D. James. Twayne.
Publishing Doreen Wallace
In her Author's Note, written in February, Wallace acknowledged that in this series the photos (which are indeed splendid, mostly in black and white) were the most important part. In exercising her free choice...
Publishing Lady Cynthia Asquith
LCA produced lives of two members of the royal family. The Duchess of York (about the woman later much loved as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother) appeared in spring 1928, and God Save the King...
Publishing Carol Shields
In 1998 CS guest-edited Scribner's Best of the Fiction Workshops, published in New York, an annual collection of fiction from college writing programs.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Publishing Frances Hodgson Burnett
She recycled this story, making it go a long way, but she was not its only recycler. It was serialised again in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, then pirated as a single volume by Coates of...
Publishing Frances Hodgson Burnett
The serial ran until May 1877 the month after the book appeared in volume form. Scribner's had offered to publish it in handsome format, to bear all expenses themselves, and pay a ten percent royalty...
Publishing Frances Hodgson Burnett
Almost as soon as FHB 's first full-scale novel reached the market in volume form, magazine publishers who had printed her serials and her stories began re-issuing earlier work by her in re-packaged formats designed...
Publishing Frances Hodgson Burnett
Sara Crewe developed out of a story titled from the protagonist's name, which FHB began in winter 1884-5. In its first completed form it ran as a serial in Saint Nicholas in winter 1887-8.
Gerzina, Gretchen. Frances Hodgson Burnett. Chatto and Windus.
109, 116-17


16 September 1919: This Side of Paradise, the first novel by...

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16 September 1919

This Side of Paradise, the first novel by the not yet twenty-four-old F. Scott Fitzgerald (titled from a poem by Rupert Brooke ), was accepted for publication by Scribner's .
Borne Back Daily. .
16 September 2010, 16 September 2011

21 October 1940: US novelist Ernest Hemingway published his...

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21 October 1940

US novelist Ernest Hemingway published his Spanish Civil War novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls, his biggest success since A Farewell to Arms in 1929.


Davis, Rebecca Harding. Silhouettes of American Life. Scribner’s, 1892.
Hurston, Zora Neale. Seraph on the Suwanee. Scribner’s, 1948.