Chapman and Hall


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Dedications Anna Steele
AS published her first novel, Gardenhurst, in three volumes with Chapman and Hall , dedicated to her younger sister, Katherine O'Shea (who had been married in January this year).
Times. Times Publishing Company.
(28 October 1867): 9
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Katharine O'Shea
Family and Intimate relationships Evelyn Waugh
His father, Arthur Waugh , was a successful publisher and editor, managing director of Chapman and Hall .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Angela Dickens
Elizabeth's father, Mary Angela's other grandfather, Frederick Mullet Evans, co-founded the printing firm Bradbury and Evans , whose innovative use of a steam-driven rotary press brought it clients including the Illustrated London News and...
Friends, Associates Jane Welsh Carlyle
Markus also speculates that Jane is the inspiration for the unhappily married character of Alice Bryant in Jewsbury's novel The Half Sisters.
Markus, Julia. Across An Untried Sea: Discovering Lives Hidden in the Shadow of Convention and Time. Alfred A. Knopf.
Jane helped edit the novel for Geraldine, but was later dismayed...
Leisure and Society Catharine Amy Dawson Scott
Alec Waugh (son of Arthur Waugh of Chapman and Hall ) recollected Sappho Dawson Scott as a gifted salon hostess in the early twentieth-century London literary scene. Of her Sunday afternoons at home at 125...
Occupation George Meredith
GM worked as a journalist for the Ipswich Journal, the Pall Mall Gazette, and the Morning Post (where he was editor from 1867 to 1868). He served as literary critic for the Westminister...
Publishing Elizabeth Gaskell
EG entered into the first known English agreement for royalty payment on a new edition of Cranford and a collection of Lizzie Leigh and Other Tales put out by Chapman and Hall .
Gaskell, Elizabeth. The Letters of Mrs Gaskell. Editors Chapple, J. A. V. and Arthur Pollard, Harvard University Press.
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Sutherland, John. Victorian Novelists and Publishers. University of Chicago Press.
Publishing Katharine S. Macquoid
KSM switched publishers after this book. She asked the advice of Lewes , and he recommended her to Frederic Chapman of Chapman and Hall . But the next book she published, Elinor Dryden's Probation...
Publishing Elizabeth Gaskell
EG gave the manuscript of Mary Barton to William Howitt for his advice—he later claimed to have suggested the novel—and he in turn showed it to John Forster , a reader for Chapman and Hall
Publishing Elizabeth Gaskell
EG referred to the novel before its publication as A Manchester Love Story, but the character of her hero, John Barton, after whom she initially named it, was central to her conception of it...
Publishing Elizabeth Gaskell
Again she published with Chapman and Hall , who put out a second edition within the year.
Publishing Edith Mary Moore
EMM issued another new novel with another new publisher: The Spirit and the Law, through Chapman and Hall .
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
(13 January 1916): 17
Publishing Anna Steele
The first American edition came out the same year from James R. Osgood . Chapman and Hall , the original publisher, produced a new edition in 1879.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Publishing Beryl Bainbridge
Hodder and Stoughton turned it down, then Chapman and Hall , then Chatto and Windus , all with words of encouragement which BB felt too insecure to take in. These were later joined by Weidenfeld and Nicolson
Publishing Edith Mary Moore
She dedicated this book to her son Edward Lovell Moore , then on active service. Chapman and Hall advertised the novel repeatedly in the Times Literary Supplement
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
(13 January 1916): 17; (3 February 1916): 53; (2 March 1916): 100; (6 April 1916): 163


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Austin, Sarah. Two Letters on Girls’ Schools, and on the Training of Working Women. Chapman and Hall, 1857.
Benson, Theodora, editor. The First Time I . . . Chapman and Hall, 1935.
Benson, Theodora. “The First Time I Met the Team”. The First Time I . . ., edited by Theodora Benson, Chapman and Hall, 1935, pp. 283-06.
Benson, Theodora. The Unambitious Journey. Chapman and Hall, 1935.
Betjeman, John. Ghastly Good Taste. Chapman and Hall, 1933.
Billington, Mary Frances. Woman in India. Chapman and Hall, 1895.
Blagden, Isa. Nora and Archibald Lee. Chapman and Hall, 1867.
Blagden, Isa. The Cost of a Secret. Chapman and Hall, 1863.
Blagden, Isa. The Woman I Loved and the Woman Who Loved Me. Chapman and Hall, 1865.
Bottome, Phyllis. Secretly Armed. Chapman and Hall, 1916.
Bottome, Phyllis. The Captive. Chapman and Hall, 1915.
Bray, Anna Eliza. Autobiography of Anna Eliza Bray. Editor Kempe, John A., Chapman and Hall, 1884.
Bray, Anna Eliza. The Novels, Historical, Legendary and Romantic. Chapman and Hall, 1884.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Aurora Leigh. Chapman and Hall, 1857.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Casa Guidi Windows. Chapman and Hall, 1851.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Last Poems. Editor Browning, Robert, Chapman and Hall, 1862.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Poems. Chapman and Hall, 1850.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Poems Before Congress. Chapman and Hall, 1860.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. “Sonnets from the Portuguese”. Poems, New ed., Chapman and Hall, 1850.
Browning, Robert. Dramatis Personae. Chapman and Hall, 1864.
Browning, Robert. Men and Women. Chapman and Hall, 1855.
Bryher,. Region of Lutany. Chapman and Hall, 1914.
Butts, Mary. Speed the Plough and Other Stories. Chapman and Hall, 1923.
Carlyle, Thomas. On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History. Chapman and Hall, 1897.
Clarke, Mary Cowden. Shakespeare Proverbs. Chapman and Hall, 1848.