George William MacArthur Reynolds

Standard Name: Reynolds, George William MacArthur
Used Form: G. W. M. Reynolds


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Intertextuality and Influence Mary Elizabeth Braddon
MEB recalled the publisher's desire for a blend of the human interest and genial humour of Dickens with the plot-weaving of G. W. M. Reynolds .
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, Sarah Waters, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, and Sarah Waters. “My First Novel”. The Trail of the Serpent, edited by Chris Willis and Chris Willis, Modern Library, 2003, pp. 415-27.
She indeed opens with a Dickensian flourish, conjuring...


7 November 1846
G. W. M. Reynolds and J. Dicks launched the weekly Reynolds's Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, Science and Art. It ran until 14 June 1869, in a new series from 1848.
John Dicks established his own publishing house in London with G. W. M. Reynolds .
May 1850
Reynolds's Weekly News was launched by George Reynolds as a radical Sunday paper of international news, designed to serve the cause of freedom and democracy.


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