Strachey's popular edition was reprinted four more times that year and publisher John Murray
reported a demand for still further copies.
Grant, Elizabeth. “Introduction”. Memoirs of a Highland Lady, edited by Andrew Tod, Canongate.
's previous publisher, John MurrayJohn Murray
, was astonished to learn of her win: she had not submitted the manuscript to him. However, he wrote her a congratulatory note, which he concluded: If at any...
Catharine Amy Dawson Scott
She said that William Heinemann
and other publishers were full of the spirit of commercialism. He had reportedly told her: So tragic is the book, it would never find readers.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
's suggestion that...
Although she grew increasingly frail, ER
continued writing throughout her last years. In January 1889 (her eightieth year) she published in the Quarterly Review another anonymous piece on Italy, Venice: Her Institutions and Private...
12 March 1896: The Publishers Association was officially...