Swan Sonnenschein


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Anthologization L. S. Bevington
In either 1891 or 1892 LSB contributed a chapter on evolution titled The Moral and Religious Bearings of Evolutionary Theory to an enlarged edition of Religious Systems of the World published through the Ethical Society
Publishing Ella Baker
EB published the illustrated Tales of Olden Time, with the firm of W. Swan Sonnenschein . It bore her name, and the designation author of the Songs of the Seasons.
The binding (blue...
Publishing Edith J. Simcox
She began work on this book as early as 1878.
McKenzie, Keith Alexander, and Gordon S. Haight. Edith Simcox and George Eliot. Oxford University Press.
Her wish was to create a History of Appropriation and she confided to her journal: my ambition would be satisfied by a place in...


1878: William Swan Sonnenschein and J. Archibald...

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William Swan Sonnenschein and J. Archibald Allen formed a partnership in the publishing firm of Swan Sonnenschein and Allen , at 15 Paternoster Square, London.


Baldwin, Louisa. A Martyr to Mammon. Swan Sonnenschein, 1886.
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, and Thomas Carlyle. Early Letters of Jane Welsh Carlyle. Editor Ritchie, David G., Swan Sonnenschein, 1889.
Malet, Lucas. The Wages of Sin. A Novel. Swan Sonnenschein, 1890.
Malet, Lucas. The Wages of Sin: A Novel. Swan Sonnenschein, 1895.
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, and Thomas Carlyle. “Preface”. Early Letters of Jane Welsh Carlyle, edited by David G. Ritchie, Swan Sonnenschein, 1889, p. v - xii.
Simcox, Edith J. Primitive Civilizations. Swan Sonnenschein, 1894.
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley. “Preface”. The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, edited by W. Moy Thomas, Swan Sonnenschein, 1893, p. iii - viii.