André Deutsch

Standard Name: Deutsch, André
Used Form: Andre Deutsch


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Occupation Diana Athill
DA retired involuntarily from publishing following André Deutsch 's sale of the company, to find she was, astonishingly, happy in her retirement.
Athill, Diana. Letters to a Friend. Norton.
Occupation Diana Athill
There was nothing we could possibly do but start another publishing firm.
Athill, Diana. Life Class: The Selected Memoirs of Diana Athill. Granta.
So in 1952 DA became editor and director in Deutsch 's and her own new joint venture, André Deutsch Ltd . There...
Publishing Molly Keane
Her children were grown up and she was, she says, doing nothing. She began writing in the same secrecy as at the beginning of her career, still finding the process painful.
Chamberlain, Mary, editor. Writing Lives: Conversations Between Women Writers. Virago Press.
Billy Collins ,...
Publishing Jean Rhys
Before the book was published, and while her husband was suffering his final illness, she was, as always, financially destitute. By February 1966, her editor Diana Athill , her publisher André Deutsch , and publisher...
Publishing Muriel Spark
Her recently discarded boyfriend, Howard Sergeant , annoyed her by planning a simultaneous, rival Wordsworth book. Tribute to Wordsworth was published by André Deutsch , who was then working for Allan Wingate . MS
Reception Nadine Gordimer
NG gave the Inaugural André Deutsch Lecture on International Writers' Day at Cecil Sharp House in London.
Gordimer, Nadine. “Testament of the Word”. Guardian Unlimited, pp. Review 4 - 6.
Reception Jean Rhys
JR was awarded an Arts Council bursary of £1,200, after her name was proposed by her publisher André Deutsch .
Angier, Carole. Jean Rhys: Life and Work. Little, Brown.
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Textual Features Diana Athill
Part one is the story of the publishing houses that DA worked with. She begins by explaining that business figures (which someone had mentioned as the key to an interesting book about publishing) would not...


Late 1945: André Deutsch established the publishing...

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Late 1945

André Deutsch established the publishing firm Allan Wingate in Great Cumberland Street, London.

1951: André Deutsch, with the help of Jack Newth...

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André Deutsch , with the help of Jack Newth (president of the Publishers Association ) and Edmond Seagrave (editor of Bookseller), founded André Deutsch Limited at 12 Thayer Street, London.


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