Angus and Robertson


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Literary responses Christina Stead
Comments from Angus and Robertson concluded with the assertion that they had no hesitation in saying that she will be heard of in the world of letters one day.
Rowley, Hazel. Christina Stead: A Biography. Secker and Warburg.
Publishing Christina Stead
CS 's novel The Little Hotel appeared from Angus and Robertson at London and Sydney, Australia. US publication waited until April 1975.
Rowley, Hazel. Christina Stead: A Biography. Secker and Warburg.
501, 519
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Publishing Christina Stead
In July 1925, the same month that she gave up teaching, CS 's father submitted her collection of stories for children (illustrated by her art teacher) to the major Australian publishing firm of Angus and Robertson
Publishing Christina Stead
Having decided to leave the publishing firm of Peter Davies , CS found that a grim novel about New York was hard to place in postwar London. She even tried Angus and Robertson in Australia...


1954: The London branch of Australian publishing...

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The London branch of Australian publishing firm Angus and Robertson was organized by Barry Rowland and Hector MacQuarrie .

1968: Angus and Robertson (London) became incorporated...

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Bird, Delys, and Brenda Walker, editors. Elizabeth Jolley: New Critical Essays. Angus and Robertson, 1991.
Bishop, James. The Illustrated London News Social History of the First World War. Angus and Robertson, 1982.
Greenwood, Gordon, editor. Australia: A Social and Political History. Angus and Robertson, 1955.
Stead, Christina. The Little Hotel. Angus and Robertson, 1973.