William Heinemann: a century of publishing, 1890-1990

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Heinemann, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 689 pages
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Contents

Starting with a Bang page
3
Gosse and Pawling
14
Young Heinemann uses Hall Caine to Kill
25
Zangwill Wells Conrad and other Novelists
31
H Lawrence Discovered but soon Lost
40
Moore Maugham Galsworthy and
47
On the Bedford Street PayRoll the Windmill
58
Crane James Sinclair London
66
The CounterPenguinRevolution
281
Wartime Publishing
296
PostWar Boom and Problems
309
A Proper Editorial Department
328
Reluctant Acceptance of Paperbacks
365
Boswell again Leads the Biographies
387
Frere in the Criminal Dock
405
Financial Crisis Taken Over by Tilling
415

Bjornson the Russians Magda Heinemann
77
Royalties Heinemanns Lifelong Antagonism
87
The Fine Arts Pennell Nicholson Rackham
96
Historical Works and the Backhouse Forgery
107
Ibsen Pinero but Shaw Rejected
117
Naidu Hope Fiona Macleod Masefield
125
PA
142
Publishing in the Great War
155
Effendi to the Rescue
167
The Building of the Windmill Press
189
The Nose for a Good Book
197
A List of Many Talents
219
a British Firm Again
250
Sued by the Duke of Windsor
275
Pick the
435
Selling and P R in the Swinging Sixties and After
459
Editorial Changes Morris West and le Carre
494
Major Novels from Africa and India Scott Wins
518
Out of the RedMoves at the Top
525
The Educational Department Becomes HEB
547
Popups and New Directions in Childrens Books
562
Editorial Managers Salaries and Training
580
a Cumbersome Pyramid
612
Postscript
619
Bibliographic References
645
Index
665
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