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2 edition of letter to Coulson Kernahan (etc.). found in the catalog.

letter to Coulson Kernahan (etc.).

Herbert Moore Pim

letter to Coulson Kernahan (etc.).

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Published by Beale in Brighton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsKernahan, Coulson, 1858-1943.
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21443581M

1 F53 Kernahan, Coulson [probable], 3 items. British novelist and journalist. One carbon-copy typescript letter to "My very dear old Freddy," possibly Frederick Page. Includes a dealer's description, and a letter from Nicolas Barker to Robert Fleck regarding the attribution to Kernahan. Autograph Letter Signed ("W.W. Jacobs") to "My dear Kernahan" [probably the writer Coulson Kernahan], accepting a dinner invitation. 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Manor Road, Stoke Newington, 13 March "I shall be very pleased to dine with you on the 23rd. many thanks for asking me. With kind regards to Mrs. Kernahan".


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letter to Coulson Kernahan (etc.). by Herbert Moore Pim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Essex, UK: Three nice handwritten letters from Coulson Kernahan related to publishing matters. Kernahan was a prolific writer and editor, reading and editing submissions for publisher Ward, Lock & Co.

among other efforts. He was their copy editor for Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. Two of the three letters are dated and the third undated one pertains to.

(COULSON KERNAHAN, English author). ; CAPTAIN FRANK H. SHAW (; prolific English novelist, the "Captain Marryat of modern boy's fiction," interesting, lengthy letter); PERCY WHITE (; English writer, novelist, brief note about travel plans); and Rating: % positive.

Get this book in print Captain Shannon Coulson Kernahan No preview fact felt follow give gone Green half hand happened head heard hold hope Hughes hulk inquiries Ireland James Mullen Jeanes keep knew known letter London look matter means mind minute moment morning murder never night notice object once passed person play police possible.

In Letter to Coulson Kernahan book Company: Some Personal Recollections of Swinburne, Lord Roberts, Watts-Dunton, Oscar Wilde, Edward Whymper, S. Stone, Stephen Phillips Coulson Kernahan John Lane, - pages. The Project Gutenberg EBook of In Good Company, by Coulson Kernahan This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

Dear Kernahan, Thanks for your letter of the 21st instant and for sending me the little book, which I wish I could have. Coulson Kernahan (–) was an English novelist, born at Ilfracombe, Devon, and educated privately by his father and at St Albans was associated with Frederick Locker-Lampson on a new edition of Lyra Elegantiarum, contributed to many periodicals, letter to Coulson Kernahan book humorous verse, and gained wide popularity for his fiction, much of it orientated toward Christianity, and some of which has.

Included is a fine two-page handwritten letter from Morrison to Kernahan dated 17 February about the book, which flopped: "My dear Coulson Kernahan, / It pleased me to hear from you / in such kind terms, sad as was the / occasion; and I am wondering if it / letter to Coulson Kernahan book quite the right time to inflict on you / a copy of a book of mine of which you.

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Coulson Kernahan (). A Dead Man's Diary: Written After His Decease by Coulson Kernahan. George Henry Gerberding (). Coulson Kernahan (), English novelist from Ilfracombe, Devon, copy-editor of Oscar Wilde's version of The Picture of Dorian Gray David Kernahan (b.

), former Australian rules footballer, who played with Carlton Football Club (), younger brother of Stephen Kernahan. Tom Brown at Oxford -- Victor Hugo: Les misérables.

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Hereward the wake. kernahan, coulson. ALS, 2pp (grey paper), 8vo, on printed letterhead of “Thrums,” Westcliff-On-Sea, Essex, 16 August, n.y.

Letter to Coulson Kernahan book an unidentified woman, thanking her for a letter to Coulson Kernahan book to the Robert Buchanan Memorial, and writing: “I have sent your letter letter to Coulson Kernahan book the Mayor. Coulson Kernahan who worked for the book publisher wrote a memoir that discussed his interactions with Wilde during the preparation of the manuscript [OWCK]: When The Picture of Dorian Grey was in the press, Wilde came in to see me one morning.

Three nice handwritten letters from Coulson Kernahan related to publishing matters. Kernahan () was a prolific writer and editor, reading and editing submissions for publisher Ward, Lock & Co. among other efforts. The Picture of Dorian Gray edited by James Gifford and all editorial (and his copy editor Coulson Kernahan’s) expansions and expurgations of the text, expansions that include the if superficial, protected the author.

In a letter to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who conceived his second Sherlock Holmes work Letter to Coulson Kernahan book Sign ofFile Size: 1MB. First edition, first impression, handsomely bound for the luxury purveyors Asprey.

With a typed letter signed from Kipling tipped in to second binder's blank: dated 7 FebruaryKipling writes to Coulson Kernahan "this is a bad business anyway, without Farrow importing his peculiar methods of finance into it.

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Sir,—As Mr. Coulson Kernahan’s book has caused a renewal of interest in stories about Swinburne, may I take the opportunity of relating a few incidents of the poet’s schooldays. It is stated in Mr. Gosse’s Life of Swinburne that there is no truth in the legend that he was bullied at Eton; it is, however, a fact that Swinburne’s Eton.

in Lippincott's, the Diary was written by Coulson Kernahan, the man who would become Wilde's editor for the book edition of Dorian Gray. The final episode of the serial explores themes similar to those in Wilde's novel, albeit from a much different perspective.

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Kernahan, (John) Coulson (), writer and promoter of compulsory military service, was born at 2 Prospect Place, Ilfracombe, Devon, on 1 Augustthe elder son and third of the eight children of the Revd James Kernahan MA PhD FGS (b. /6), a Congregational minister who was the author of a commentary on the New Testament and also an amateur geologist, and his wife, Comfort, née.

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With a typed letter signed from Kipling tipped in to second binder's blank: dated 7 FebruaryKipling writes to Coulson Kernahan "this is a bad business anyway, without Farrow importing his peculiar methods of finance into it.

I will write off at once to the R.L.F. and I hope it will be. The Theodore Watts-Dunton Letter Books section of the Symington Collection consists of letter books recording outgoing letters of Theodore Watts-Dunton. Copy of letter sent to Coulson Kernahan, 9 June Crossed out and marked "copied into Swinburne letter book." Copy of letter sent to Lady Randolph Churchill, 19 July Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) DLC: A letter to Col.

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Included are letters to the English publisher John Lane regarding dinner invitations, jobs, books published, engravings in his books, and letters to the writer Coulson Kernahan. There also are letters from Sharp to the editors of Harper's Magazine and the Quarterly Review of Literature in New York regarding his essays and collection.

The personal recollections of Kernahan were printed in and included anecdotes about other figures, e.g., Algernon Charles Swinburne, Theodore Watts-Dunton, and Edward Whymper.

Another piece of evidence showing Wilde’s lack of assuredness in this grammatical domain is contained in a personal letter he sent to his friend Robert Ross in Coulson Kernahan.

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