Victorian Novelists and Publishers.
Sutherland shows how the interactions between novelists and publishers affected the most critical art form of 19th century Britain, both in pomoting and shaping individual novels, and in limiting careers and publications. All the big names in writing and publishing houses are covered. Explore how Middlemarch was marketed, Dickens as a publisher, the rise and fall of Trollope. Book is in vey good condition; jacket has suffered some abuse. The University of Chicago Press. 1976. USED. $7.00