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Originally John Lane and Elkin Mathews — The Bodley Head was a partnership set up in by John Lane (–) and Elkin Mathews (–), to trade in antiquarian books in London. It took its name from a bust of Sir Thomas Bodley, the eponymist of the Bodleian Library in Oxford, above the shop door. Mansfield’s choice of publisher is revealing. Charles Elkin Mathews (–) was a British publisher and bookseller who played an important role in the literary life of London in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, with strong contacts with the Irish Literary Society, Rhymers Club and the Arts and Crafts : Gerri Kimber. The Phantom Ship by Frederick Marryat is a gothic novel which was serialized in The New Monthly Magazine between and It was reprinted in in three volumes. The Phantom Ship was a popular text and would have been accessible to Clemence Housman prior to writing The chapter titled “The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains” shares . The book of poems brought him to the notice of John Lane (), whom he met (probably along with Elkin Mathews ()) in June (Nelson ). He moved to London in February , and the following month his collection of poems Volumes in Folio became the first book to be published under The Bodley Head imprint by the new Elkin.
“Michael Field” was the literary pseudonym of two women, Katharine Bradley () and her niece Edith Cooper (). The women were poets, playwrights, diarist, and lovers who lived and wrote together during the final decades of the nineteenth century up to World War I. This is a list of notable residents of the county of Kent in England who have a Wikipedia page. Persons are grouped by occupation and listed in order of birth. Kent is defined by its current boundaries. Peter Frampton (born ) – musician, most famous for Frampton Comes Alive! Elkin Mathews: Elkin Mathews () opened an antiquarian bookshop in Exeter in , moving to London in to establish a new shop in Vigo Street with John Lane. Together they founded the Bodley Head (named after the shop's sign) and this publishing venture was a leading imprint for avant-garde writers including Oscar Wilde, Ernest Author: Elaine Harrington. Martin Birnbaum, – “Clyde Fitch: A Critical Appreciation,” Independent, 15 July Among the final volumes issued by Elkin Mathews (–)—once co-publisher of Wilde’s works in the Nineties—was a little book titled Oscar Wilde: Fragments and Memories (), by Martin Birnbaum. In it, Birnbaum drew on his own friendship with Fitch to tell the story of Fitch’s.
Charles Elkin Mathews was a publisher and bookseller, who published works by W.B. Yeats, James Joyce, and Robert Briges, among others. Robert M.B. Nichols was an English writer and playwright, known as a war poet of World War I. "I cannot call it not a sacrifice as my pen is now my only means of existence." His second letter concerns recent submissions of his to his publisher as well as several projects for poems and translations.  Dec 24 -  Nov 1: 9: Flecker, James Elroy Letters: London and Bonn, to Elkin Mathews Publisher, London 2 items (2 p.). List of notable residents of the county of Kent in England. Persons are grouped by occupation and listed in order of birth. Kent is defined by its current cians, statesmen and lawyers*John Scott of Scott s Hall (–) – Lord. Richards was a British editor, publisher, and author. From the description of Letters to Grant Richards, (Harvard University). Charles Elkin Mathews, Book collectorsth century: Poets, English: American poetry: Literature, Modernth century--History and criticism.