Nicolas Bentley

Standard Name: Bentley, Nicolas


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Publishing Theodora Benson
Together with Betty Askwith , TB published Foreigners; or, The World in a Nutshell, a book of humorous sketches with pictures by Nicolas Bentley ; by December it was in its third impression.
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing T. S. Eliot
This went through five impressions by 1943; the first illustrated edition (with drawings by Nicolas Bentley ) appeared in November 1940.
Eliot, T. S. Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. Faber and Faber.
In the late twentieth century these poems, improbably, were used and radically adapted...
Textual Features Theodora Benson
In 1951 TB returned to partnership with Bentley though not with Askwith in a different treatment of famous people, London Immortals in Allan Wingate 's The Londoners' Library series. This goes through London street by...
Textual Production Theodora Benson
TB , again with Askwith and Bentley , followed Foreigners with Muddling Through; or, Britain in a Nutshell; this time December found the book on only its second impression.
Benson, Theodora et al. Muddling Through. Victor Gollancz.


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

Writing climate item


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.


Benson, Theodora et al. Foreigners. Victor Gollancz, 1935.
Benson, Theodora et al. How to be Famous. Victor Gollancz, 1937.
Benson, Theodora et al. Muddling Through. Victor Gollancz, 1936.