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Macmillan: A Publishing Tradition

  • Elizabeth James

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxix
  2. Elizabeth James
    Pages 1-10
  3. Simon Eliot
    Pages 11-51
  4. Bill Bell
    Pages 52-69
  5. Michael Millgate
    Pages 70-82
  6. Michael Bott
    Pages 102-130
  7. Michael Millgate
    Pages 131-152
  8. Rimi B. Chatterjee
    Pages 153-169
  9. Elizabeth James
    Pages 170-191
  10. D. E. Moggridge
    Pages 218-229
  11. Frances Spalding
    Pages 230-241
  12. Michael Wace
    Pages 242-255
  13. Nicolas Barker
    Pages 256-265
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 266-273

About this book

Introduction

For over one hundred and fifty years, since its founding in 1843, Macmillan has been at the heart of British publishing. This collection of essays, representing recent research in the archives at the British library, examines the firms' astute business strategy during the nineteenth century, its successful expansion into overseas markets in America and India, its complex and intriguing relations with authors such as Matthew Arnold, Thomas Hardy, Alfred Lord Tennyson, W.B.Yeats, and J.M.Keynes, with additional chapters on Macmillan Magazine and the work of a modern children's editor.

Keywords

children history of literature research Thomas Hardy

Editors and affiliations

  • Elizabeth James
    • 1
  1. 1.The British LibraryUK

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