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Grant Richards, publisher.
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Title: Publisher: Date: Issue Points - Notes: Limehouse Nights: Grant Richards: US: McBride: Broken Blossoms: Grant Richards: In Chinatown: Grant. Bring! and Hugh Walpole's Fortitude and The Dark Forest. Contained in many of the volumes are significant inscriptions or letters from authors paying tribute to their publisher. In addition to the books Martin Secker published, the collection contains the Letter Book of The Richards Press from 20 April to 12 February
The Dumpy books were published by Grant Richards between Forty of the little stories for children were released and seven larger Dumpy books were published later on. E.V Lucas, a writer and publisher, was the selector of authors and illustrators of the series. He clearly had a eye for good children’s books. The Story of Little Black Sambo is a children's book written and illustrated by Scottish author Helen Bannerman and published by Grant Richards in October As one in a series of small-format books called The Dumpy Books for Children, the story was a children's favourite for more than half a century.
Book For Children (Grant Richards, ) Patten Wilson: Daniel In The Lions’ Den (Sunday Dumpy Books For Children No 1) (Grant Richards, ) Augusta Klein; George Roberts (publisher) ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article. Ivy Day in the Committee Room (1, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article sent Dubliners - then comprising only twelve stories - to publisher Grant took nearly eight years for the book to be published.
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: Author Hunting by an Old Literary Sportsman (): Richards, Grant: Books. Grant Richards (publisher) London: Grant Richards, pp, 16mo. Grant Richards (–) Franklin Thomas Grant Richards, known as Grant Richards, was a British publisher and writer born on Octoat University Hall, Hillhead, Partick, Lanarkshire.
He attended school first at Langdale House, Oxford, beginning inand later at the City of London School. Description Grant Richards was only twenty-four years old when he Grant Richards his first publishing house in at 9 Henrietta Street in Covent Garden. Born on 21 Octoberhe was the son of Franklin Thomas Richards, a Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Oxford.
by London Grant Richards Publisher (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover $ 2 New from $ Paperback $Author: London Grant Richards Publisher.
How to Write a Novel by Grant Richards. Publisher: ManyBooks ISBN/ASIN: Number of pages: Description: This little book is one which so well explains itself that no introductory word is needed; and I only venture to intrude a sentence or two here with a view to explain the style in which I have conveyed my ideas.
four main publishers (Grant Richards and Constable & Co. in England; Brentano's and Dodd, Mead & Co. in the United States), his works ap-peared under more than a dozen other imprints, and he corresponded with publisher.
book thirty publishing houses. In hundreds of letters and postcards, Shaw doggedly tried to control the fate of his books from proofs to. Grant Richards: Publisher: London: William Heinemann, Edition/Format: Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Richards, Grant, -- Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography. Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- History. Almost eight years before the publication of Dubliners, James Joyce was involved in a tense correspondence with Grant Richards, the man who originally agreed to publish the manuscript.
The printer originally hired to set the book had objected to its content and refused to print it. The pudding and pastry book by Douglas, Elizabeth. Publication date Topics Cooking Publisher London: Grant Richards Collection wellcomelibrary; ukmhl; medicalheritagelibrary; europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Wellcome Library Contributor Wellcome Library Language English.
Also published Philadelphia: McKay, [?]. The Dumpy books were published by Grant Richards between Forty of the little stories for children were released and seven larger Dumpy books were published later on. E.V Lucas, a writer and publisher, was the selector of authors and illustrators of the series.
He clearly had a eye for good children’s books. In Richards launched his own publishing house under the name of Grant Richardsand based at 9 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London. He published several books by Grant Allen, including titles in the Grant Allen’s Historical Guidesseriesand The Evolution of the Idea of God: An Inquiry into the Origins of Religion.
London: Grant Richards, First Edition. Fine. First edition, first printing. Bound in publisher's original red cloth lettered in gilt; lacking the dust jacket.
A Fine and bright copy, with gilt still sharp. Cloth with light touches of wear, faint water-spot near foot of spine extending to rear cover, trivial rubbing to. London publisher Grant Richards initiated the series in An article in the Review of Reviews, volreviews the new World’s Classics series and other publications from Grant Richards.
The image above is from the article, George Allen is the publisher of the book, as indicated at the base of the book spine. Richards has recounted much of his publishing experience in his book Author Hunting (, reprinted in i by Martin Seeker's Unicorn Press - and on the remainder lists last year).
But his two most difficult authors - Joyce and Corvo - are not mentioned in that book. The reasons for Richards's reticence are interesting.
He may, as. Franklin Thomas Grant Richards, known as Grant Richards, was a British publisher and writer born on Octoat University Hall, Hillhead, Partick, Lanarkshire. He attended school first at. Grant Richards. You are viewing all stock published by "Grant Richards".
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GRANT ALLEN'S HISTORICAL GUIDES (GRANT RICHARDS) Series Note: Full Series Name: "Grant Allen's historical guide books to the principal cities of Europe treating concisely and thoroughly of the principal historic and artistic points of interest therein".
Published by Grant Richards, 9 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London. Grant Allen () as a Canadian science writer and novelist.
This is a Very Good Copy of this Book in Publisher's blue and yellow patterned copy by Grant Richards has been SIGNED by him on the Title te with over b&w book has a firm binding with no hinge weakness (slight stitching showing. Appears in 2 books from Page - Ucello on the wall, and on the stairs a Sargent, — the gift of a few Carburghians more grateful than their fellows.
Appears in 2 books from THE DUMPY BOOKS FOR CHILDREN (GRANT RICHARDS; CHATTO & WINDUS) Series Note: A series of small format books for children.
The books were selected by E. V. Lucas. Serial No. / Title / Author / Publication Year / Illustrator No. 1. The Flamp, the Ameliorator and the Schoolboy's Apprentice by E. V. Lucas. No.
2. Mrs Turner's Cautionary.Publisher London: Grant Richards Collection cdl; yrlsc; iacl; americana Digitizing sponsor msn Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Gumuchian Pale green striped cloth over boards; book seller's ticket on lower paste down Purchase, Maggs Bros.
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