Albert Curtis Brown

Standard Name: Brown, Albert Curtis


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Literary responses Rumer Godden
Its first readers loved this book: these included retiring literary agent Curtis Brown , his son Spencer Curtis Brown , and the publishers Peter and Nico Davies (who called it without doubt a masterpiece and...
Material Conditions of Writing Dorothy Richardson
During the summer of 1919, DR made various appeals to Curtis Brown and Alfred Knopf for money to live on, as she earned virtually nothing from the American editions of her previous books. She was...
Publishing Dorothy Richardson
Their financial situation became more dire during this year. Backwater brought in royalities amounting to less than Duckworth's advance, and Richardson also owed money to Curtis Brown , the agent who negotiated her contracts with...
Publishing Dorothy Richardson
Margaret Anderson , co-publisher with Jane Heap of the Little Review, asked to serialise DR 's forthcoming novel (Interim) because she saw Richardson as an experimental writer worthy of publication. Richardson was...
Publishing Mary Augusta Ward
Her agent, Curtis Brown , obtained £1,700 for the initial USA serialisation of the story in Ladies' Home Journal. In Britain, the novel appeared in the Cornhill Magazine, as did several later novels by MAW .
Sutherland, John. Mrs. Humphry Ward. Clarendon Press.
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