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Jacob Tonson, publisher
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Jacob Tonson Aylmer referred to Tonson as a young man destined to become "the greatest of English publishers" because of his dedication and commitment to publishing excellence. Tonson did go on to become very well known as the chief publisher . Jacob Tonson ? English publisher, editor, and poet. Because many books had been destroyed in the fire, it was a fortuitous time to become involved in the book trade, as there was.
Author: Bernard Mandeville; Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag ISBN: Category: Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This is the extended and annotated edition including * an extensive biography and bibliography of Mr. de Mandeville The Fable of The Bees: or, Private Vices, Publick Benefits is a book . Abstract. Since the publication of David Vieth's magisterial edition of Rochester's poems in , the first ‘authorised’ edition of the poet's work, published by Jacob Tonson in , has Cited by: 2.
Correspondence between Dryden and Jacob Tonson reveal several arguments during the publication process. One such quarrel evolved over the desire of Tonson to dedicate the book to William III and . Read "Jacob Tonson the Elder as the Publisher of Classical Editions: A Proposal for a New Edition of Euclid, Notes and Queries" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly Author: Bernard, Stephen.
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Books Go Search Author: G. Papali. Jacob Tonson, publisher in London who issued () John Dryden’s translation of Virgil, believed to be the first English publishing venture to earn considerable money for the author. He. ; Jacob Tonson the Elder, the somewhat eccentric publisher of the 18th century.
He published Dryden, Congreve, Prior, Addison, Steele, and others. Seller Inventory # The Hardcover of the Jacob Tonson, Kit-Cat Publisher by Kathleen M. Lynch at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Jacob Tonson (/6–) was an influential publisher who acquired the rights to Milton's Paradise Lost and turned it into a classic. He claimed to have made more money from it than from any other work.
He published John Dryden's translation of Virgil's Aeneid. Printed for Jacob Tonson Publisher - works / 38 ebooks. Borrow. Borrow. Borrow. Borrow. Read. Borrow.
Borrow. Read. Read. Borrow. Borrow. Borrow. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books. Heritage --Dryden and Tonson Jacob Tonson the Kit-Cats --Jacob's ladder to fame --The routine of publishing --Eminent publisher --Tonson and his public --Retirement --The Tonson pedigree.
The number of books published Jacob Tonson, one of the most important booksellers of his time, is estimated at over volumes, though an exhaustive count would require its own volume. He found great wealth in the bookselling industry, and despite his status as a merchant, was deeply involved in one of the most powerful political clubs of his time, the Whig-dominated Kit-Cat Club.
Prince of publishers; a study of the work and career of Jacob Tonson [by] Harry M. Geduld; Jacob Tonson, publisher; his life and work () [by] G. Papali [Jacob Tonson [the elder] correspondence] [Jacob Tonson.
Jacob Tonson, Kit-Cat publisher by Lynch, Kathleen Martha.,University of Tennessee Press edition, in English - [1st by: Jacob Tonson, Kit-Cat publisher, by Kathleen Martha Lynch. University of Tennessee Press, Hardcover. Good. EX-LIBRARY.
Stamps on textblock, label on spine, card slot on inside pastedown. Jacob Tonson was an eighteenth-century English bookseller and publisher best known for having obtained a copyright on the plays of William Shakespeare by buying the rights of the heirs of the publisher.
In addition, of course, the Tonsons were Dryden's main publisher, the first to publish Pope, and the consistent supporters of Addison and Steele and their early periodicals, while Jacob Tonson the elder had earlier shaped the miscellany, the translation of the classical poetry into English, the pocket Elzevier series.
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Create. Plutarch's Lives (Issued By Jacob Tonson | Kit-Cat Club | Shakespeare) [Plutarch [Jacob Tonson (publisher)]] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Plutarch [Jacob Tonson (publisher)]. Jacob Tonson (c. ) was an English publisher and bookseller known as "prince of booksellers".
The image on the left shows Jacob Tonson. After serving as an apprentice, he was admitted to the Company of Stationers in Tonson produced editions of John Dryden and John Milton. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Jacob Tonson, Kit-Cat publisher, by Lynch, Kathleen Martha at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. A t some point in the late s (the precise date is not known) a shrewd and literary-minded publisher called Jacob Tonson struck up a meal-deal with a group of aspiring authors who Author: Guardian Staff.
Correspondence between Dryden and Jacob Tonson reveal several arguments during the publication process. One such quarrel evolved over the desire of Tonson to dedicate the book to William III and Dryden. Jacob Tonson: | | | |Jacob Tonson| | | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.
Case Study: Meet Jacob Tonson, ‘ Prince of Publishers’; a Model for Publishing. In order to explore why publishers are worth paying for, I want to look at someone who really did get paid: the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century publisher Jacob Tonson.
As much as any publisher in history perhaps, Tonson .Despite the early rivalry, inLintott made an arrangement with Jacob Tonson that the two publishers would share in any future plays either house printed, and throughout his career Lintott established multiple publishing .Jacob Tonson, Kit-Cat Publisher by Lynch, Kathleen Martha.
University of Tennessee Press. pages. Clean hardback in a slightly worn dust jacket. Jacob Tonson, Kit-Cat Publisher. Good. .