The House of Blackwood: Author-Publisher Relations in the Victorian Era

David Finkelstein

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Abstract

    "The Scottish publishing firm of William Blackwood & Sons, founded in 1804, was a major force in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century British literary history, publishing a diverse group of important authors - including George Eliot, John Galt, Thomas de Quincey, Margaret Oliphant, Anthony Trollope, Joseph Conrad, and John Buchan, among many others - in book form and in its monthly Blackwood's Magazine. In The House of Blackwood, David Finkelstein exposes for the first time the successes and failures of this onetime publishing powerhouse."--Jacket

    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationUniversity Park, PA
    PublisherPennsylvania State University Press
    Number of pages199
    ISBN (Print)9780271021799
    Publication statusPublished - 2002

    Publication series

    NamePenn State series in the history of the book

    Keywords

    • publishers and publishing
    • intellectual life
    • William Blackwood and Sons
    • authors and publishers
    • Schrijvers
    • Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (tijdschrift)
    • Uitgevers

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