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Author Norquay, Glenda, 1958-
Title Robert Louis Stevenson, literary networks and transatlantic publishing in the 1890s : the author incorporated / Glenda Norquay.
Imprint London, UK : Anthem Press, an imprint of Wimbledon Publishing Company, 2020.
2020.

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Author Norquay, Glenda, 1958-
Subject Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894 -- Friends and associates.
English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Publishers and publishing -- History -- 19th century.
Reading -- History and criticism.
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 230 pages)
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Summary "'Robert Louis Stevenson, Literary Networks and Transatlantic Publishing in the 1890s' investigates Stevenson and the geographies of his literary networks during the last years of his life and after his death. It profiles a series of figures who worked with Stevenson, negotiated his publications on both sides of the Atlantic, wrote for him or were inspired by him. Using archival material, correspondence, fiction and biographies it moves across these literary networks. It deploys the concept of 'literary prosthetics' to frame its analysis of gatekeepers, tastemakers, agents, collaborators and authorial surrogates in the transatlantic production of Stevenson's writing" -- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction -- Lemuel Bangs: 'The Senator' -- A tale of two texts -- 'A gentleman called Charles Baxter' -- Sidney Colvin: custodian and monument -- Family, friends and collaborators -- Arthur Quiller-Couch: the Quivering Needle -- Richard Le Gallienne: 'not while a boy still whistles' -- Conclusion: Robert Louis Stevenson Incorporated
Note Description based on print version record
ISBN 9781785272851 (electronic bk.)
1785272853 (electronic bk.)
9781785272868 (epub)
1785272861 (epub)
9781785272844
1785272845
OCLC # 1137156075
Additional Format Print version: NORQUAY, GLENDA. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, LITERARY NETWORKS AND TRANSATLANTIC PUBLISHING IN THE 1890S. [Place of publication not identified] : ANTHEM PRESS, 2020 1785272845 (OCoLC)1121084290.


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