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A leading British publishing house of the twentieth century, especially notable for its contributions to the fields of poetry and drama. With Sir Maurice Gwyer (1878–1952), Sir Geoffrey Faber (1889–1961) ...

Subjects: Bibliography — Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

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