C. Kegan Paul

(1828—1902) publisher and author

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First employed as a teacher and an Anglican priest, he purchased the firm of Henry King in 1877. Thus he inherited the work of Thomas Hardy, of whom he was an early admirer, and Tennyson, among others. In 1891, Kegan Paul & Co. became Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co; in 1911, the firm was bought by Routledge.

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