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John Lane Publisher

John Lane Publisher

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History

John Lane (14 March 1854 - 2 February 1925) was a British publisher. After entering the London book trade he became co-founder of The Bodley Head, originally a firm that dealt with antiquarian books. They later went into publishing. Lane is mainly associated with publishing controversial and audacious texts, especially for a small, sophisticated audience. Examples are the periodical The Yellow Book (1894 - 1897) and Lane's Keynote Series, which included contentious material such as Grant Allen's novel The Woman Who Did (1895), Victoria Crosse's immediate reaction to it, the novel The Woman Who Didn't (1895), and H.G. Wells's novel about his affair with Amber Reeves, The New Machiavelli (1911).


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Works in the WWEnd Database

 1949
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Authors Published

• Marjorie Bowen  • Amyas Northcote  • James Cabell  • Clarence Robbins 


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