Jarrold and Sons

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Dedications Gladys Henrietta Schütze
It is dedicated gratefully to H. R. Hale of Jarrolds , Best of Friends and Kindest of Publishers.
Schütze, Gladys Henrietta. Mother of Five. Jarrolds, 1934.
prelims
An option on film rights was sold to a well-known refugee actress, but never taken up.
Schütze, Gladys Henrietta. More Ha’pence Than Kicks. Jarrolds.
236
Material Conditions of Writing Gladys Henrietta Schütze
In her autobiography she explained the genesis of this book. Robert Hale , then manager of Jarrolds , said he was looking for a war book that was not full of mud, blood and obscenity...
Publishing Mary Ann Kelty
MAK mentioned in 1866, without assigning it a date, a tract she had published with Messrs Jarrold which sold 22,000 copies. In mentioning this she seeks to avoid the imputation of vanity by ascribing its...
Publishing Mary Sewell
MS was the leading author in Jarrold and Sons ' Household Tracts for the People series; tracts cost twopence each or were available in shilling packets of six tracts.
Publishing Richmal Crompton
In a delicate tug-of-war, the editor of the first magazine to publish the William stories also accepted and paid for a number of short stories for adults written by RC , some of which were...
Publishing André Gide
Strait is the Gate, an English translation of AG 's La porte étroite by Dorothy Bussy , was published by Jarrolds in London and Knopf in New York.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
1194 (4 December 1924): 820
OCLC WorldCat.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Textual Production Gladys Henrietta Schütze
She dedicated it to H. R. L. S. (her husband) with the words If he will take it with my love.
Schütze, Gladys Henrietta. The Road to Damascus. Jarrolds, 1929.
prelims
The epigraph reads En Somnii Explanatio (a phrase meaning this is the explanation...
Textual Production Anna Sewell
AS published her novel Black Beauty through Jarrold and Sons of London; she sold the copyright to them outright for £20, without making provision for royalties.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Khorana, Meena, and Judith Gero John, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 163. Gale Research, 1996.
259, 265
Textual Production May Crommelin
MC continued to publish during the second decade of the twentieth century; only some of this late output is mentioned here. She returned to Ulster for The Golden Bow, 1912, whose heroine has an...
Textual Production Mary Angela Dickens
All the Year Round also serialized fiction by MAD 's maternal cousin, Margaret Alice Moule , with whom MAD lived and sometimes wrote: the journal issued Moule's novel The Thirteenth Brydain from February to July...

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