Arthur Barker

Standard Name: Barker, Arthur


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Publishing Margiad Evans
To finish writing it, she moved temporarily out of the family home to stay alone at a country pub some three miles away.
Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen. Margiad Evans. Seren.
She dedicated it to her father (explaining that he does not...
Publishing Laura Riding
LR and Robert Graves had agreed with Arthur Barker that he would advance them £500 a year to publish a series of their works—of which Riding's The Word 'Woman', appeared only posthumously.
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books.
Reception Laura Riding
Reviewers were delighted. Some accepted her implication that the letters were importantly representative of the spirit of the age, while The Observer concentrated on entertainment value: an extemely well-gingered piece of gingerbread.
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books.
The book...
Textual Production Laura Riding
All LR 's other literary endeavours while she lived in Mallorca were subordinated to the hugely ambitous collaborative scheme which she dubbed The Critical Vulgate. This was to involve numbers of writers and artists...


July 1932: Arthur Barker founded his own publishing...

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July 1932

Arthur Barker founded his own publishing firm, Arthur Barker Limited , at 21 Garrick Street, London.


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