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Anthologization Christina Rossetti
After the appearance of Goblin Market, CR had less difficulty placing her verse in periodicals. The tide had already started to turn in the 1850s, when her work began to appear in journals including...
Intertextuality and Influence Cecily Mackworth
The title was her publisher's. She wanted to call it Ship of France from Walt Whitman 's O star, O ship of France, beat back and battered long.
Mackworth, Cecily. Ends of the World. Carcanet, 1987.
She was asked to write this...
Material Conditions of Writing Dorothy Richardson
While she was working on this novel, her husband Alan Odle was preparing for a show of his drawings and book illustrations. Both of these projects necessitated their spending the winter in London, and...
Material Conditions of Writing Jeanette Winterson
Winterson began writing the novel after she was turned down for a publishing job at Pandora Press , because the interviewing editor suggested she should write a book about her early life. Adam Mars-Jones has...
Occupation Jeanette Winterson
Her other jobs included working at Gateways , a well-known lesbian club in London, as a general factotum at the Roundhouse Theatre , and at domestic work and general organization of life for a...
Publishing Ann Yearsley
A facsimile reprint appeared in 1996, as part of Routledge/Thoemmes Press 's boxed set, the Romantics: Women Poets of the Romantic Period, 1770-1830, costing $US995 or £650.
Publishing Harriet Martineau
Before the end of the year that saw the first volume in print, Mary Russell Mitford had heard (though it was probably an exaggeration) that HM had made more than £1,000 from those little eighteen-penny...
Publishing Hannah More
A facsimile reprint of this volume appeared in 1996, as part of Routledge/Thoemmes Press 's boxed set, the Romantics: Women Poets 1770-1830, costing $US995 or £650.
Publishing Eva Figes
EF received a Research Award from the Leverhulme Trust for work on this study. It was reprinted by Pandora in 1990.
OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
The novel quickly went through seven editions. French and German translations were titled from the heroine Glorvina or Glorwina
Wordsworth, Jonathan. The Bright Work Grows: Women Writers of the Romantic Age. Woodstock Books, 1997.
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
2: 237
In 1846 it appeared in Colburn's Standard Novels, a series designed for...
Publishing Charlotte Riddell
The firm of Routledge issued CR 's Fairy Water: A Christmas Story as part of Routledge's Christmas Annual made up of puzzles, jokes, and games as well as stories.
OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Emma Robinson
Two more editions in English were published in Paris in 1847: by A. and W. Galignani and Co. and in Baudry's European Library. London editions appeared from Routledge in 1853 and 1874.
OCLC WorldCat.
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing Luce Irigaray
Routledge used the title I Love to You: Sketch for a Happiness within History in the USA, but I Love to You: Sketch of a Possible Felicity in History in Britain.
Publishing Christina Rossetti
For this publication she turned to Routledge after F. S. Ellis dragged their heels. She was paid a £25 advance when the book appeared.
Marsh, Jan. Christina Rossetti: A Writer’s Life. Viking, 1995.
395-6, 398
When she wrote out her fair copy, she included...
Publishing Mary Leadbeater
These two volumes were re-issued in facsimile by Routledge in 1998, with an introduction by ML scholar Maria Luddy .
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1 July 1865
Frederick Warne and Company began business at 15 Bedford Square, Covent Garden, after Frederick Warne and George Routledge dissolved their partnership .
The Routledge Publishing House introduced the monthly journal entitled the Broadway.
29 May 1868
The case of Routledge vs. Low led the House of Lords to expand the meaning of British Soil to include the whole British Empire under existing copyright protection laws.
16 May 1871
Henry S. King (husband of the poet Harriet Hamilton King ) set up the publishing firm H. S. King and Co. at 65 Cornhill, London; taken over by Charles Kegan Paul in 1877, it...
Caroline Lindsay collected and illustrated an anthology which Routledge published nine years later as About Robins: Facts, Songs and Legends, under her married title of Lady Lindsay, although she was separated from her husband.
Routledge and Sons decided not to publish former prostitute Sheila Cousin 's autobiographyTo Beg I am Ashamed after the publisher received much bad press and threats of prosecution from the police.
June 1966
AnthropologistMary Douglas published her best-known work, Purity and Danger, a study of ritual behaviour and taboo.