publishing-house love



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  • But it's worth pointing out: What sometimes passes for verbal theft in literature or theater or journalism -- crimes worthy of a revoked prize, publishing-house excommunication or an Oprah-esque dressing-down -- registers as barely a misdemeanor in the realm of comedy and comics.

    The Riff: From 'SOUTH PARK' to 'POOCH CAFE': When a sense of plagiarism plagues comedy

  • And the gift is of an interesting kind, not well served by that dull publishing-house title Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance with its suggestion of a simple linear inheritance, of paternal dreams and aspirations passed down to a son, and fulfilled.

    Speaking in Tongues

  • Some publishing-house style-guides recommend hyphens and some don't.

    On hyphenating, or not

  • Availing myself, then, of the privileges to which I have alluded, I strolled onward in that labyrinth of small dark rooms, or crypts, to speak our own antiquarian language, which form the extensive back-settlements of that celebrated publishing-house.

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • Old Sir Charles Gavan Duffy was coming from Australia to start an Irish publishing-house, and publish a series of books, and I did not expect to agree with him, but knew that I must not seek a quarrel.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • The publishing-house offices were on the top floor.

    Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas

  • Katie then walked past Mary, down the short hallway of the publishing-house offices, to the single elevator.

    Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas

  • AT nine o'clock that morning Rosella arrived in her little office on the third floor of the great publishing-house of Conant & Company, and putting up her veil without removing her hat, addressed herself to her day's work.

    A Lost Story

  • It should further be brought to the attention of your readers that a series of paragraphs of the German criminal code have resulted in bookstore and publishing-house raids, and fines and prison sentences for editors, publishers, and book distributors.


  • New York, the leading phrenological publishing-house.

    To Infidelity and Back


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