Carson, Peter, 1923-, of Penguin Books

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creatorOf Correspondence and papers relating to Greene's Mornings in the dark, an expanded edition of The pleasure dome, first published by Secker and Warburg, 1972, and later re-published by Carcanet, 1993. Correspondents include: Reinhardt, Greene, Amanda Ha..., 1972-1993 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings relating to Alistair Cooke’s America observed: the newspaper years of Alistair Cooke, consisting of Cooke’s articles for The Manchester Guardian and The Guardian, compiled and edited by Ronald A. Wells, pu..., 1985-1996 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings relating to Douglas Day’s Journey of the wolf, first published by Atheneum, 1977, and re-published by Reinhardt Books, 1987. Correspondents include: Reinhardt, Day, Graham Greene (to Reinhardt, recommendin..., 1985-1989 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and papers of Max Reinhardt following the change of name of his firm H.F.L. (Publishers) Limited to Reinhardt Books in 1985. Includes correspondence with John Nigel Newton, of Bloomsbury, on co-publishing Graham Greene’s works, corresp..., 1985-1988 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence relating to contracts and sales of the volumes publishing Cooke’s broadcast ‘Letters from America’, i.e., Letters from America, originally published by Hart-Davis, 1951, Talk about America, published by The Bodley Head, 1968, The Ameri..., 1985-2001 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, etc., 1981-1987. Correspondents include: Reinhardt, Solzhenitsyn, Roger W Straus, Elizabeth Besobraow and Michael di Capua, all of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Claude Durand, of the YMCA Press, from which Solzhenitsyn's works were publi..., 1981-1987 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and papers of Max Reinhardt following the change of name of his firm H.F.L. (Publishers) Limited to Reinhardt Books in 1985. Includes correspondence with Peter Carson, Trevor Glover, Clare Harington, Peter Mayer, Nigel Sisson, Christin..., 1989-1994 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings relating to the works of Helen Bannerman. Correspondence includes: publishers' correspondence and contracts between Bodley Head and Bartlett Bliss Publications, Boxtree Books, Tuttle-Mori, Cambus Litho, Ca..., 1985-1989 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and papers of Max Reinhardt following the change of name of his firm H.F.L. (Publishers) Limited to Reinhardt Books in 1985. Includes correspondence with Peter Carson, Peter Mayer, Betty Hartel and Stephen Hall, all of Penguin., 1995-2003 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence between Reinhardt, Peter Mayer and Peter Carson of Penguin Books and Peter Shepherd of Harold Ober Associates relating to a proposed new edition of the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald. , 1988 British Library
creatorOf General correspondence of Graham Greene with various correspondents, much of it copied to Reinhardt. Correspondents include: Judy Adamson (from Greene), Catherine Ardizzone (to Greene), Elizabeth Bowes Lyon (to Greene), John Bray (from Greene), Carme..., 1933-1991 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and contracts relating to Greene's The Captain and the enemy, published by Reinhardt in association with Viking, 1988. With the text of Greene’s abandoned introduction, some leaves of text amended by Greene, the text of the introductio..., 1987-1993 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and contracts relating to Greene's Lord Rochester’s monkey, published by The Bodley Head, 1974, although written between 1931 to 1934. Correspondents include: Reinhardt, Greene, Peter Carson, of Penguin Books, Laurence Pollinger, of La..., 1973-1987 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press-cuttings of reviews relating to Greene's Yours, etc. : letters to the press, 1945-89, compiled by Christopher Hawtree, published by Reinhardt Books, 1989. Includes the text of some of the letters, marked up for pub..., 1988-1993 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and papers relating to the publication of Graham Greene’s works in paperback editions by Penguin Books and associated companies. For related correspondence between Reinhardt and Greene see Add MS 88987/2/34-39. Correspondents include: ..., 1967-1996 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings of reviews. Much of the correspondence relates to the efforts of Yvonne Cloetta, Greene's companion, and writer of the foreword, to control publication of the diaries. Other correspondents include: Reinhar..., 1991-1994 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings of reviews relating to Maurice Sendak's Caldecott & Co, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1988 and by Reinhardt Books, 1989. Correspondents include: Reinhardt, Sendak, Elizabeth Bowes Lyon, Amanda Ha..., 1987-1993 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings relating to Jack Ashley, Baron Ashley of Stoke's Journey into Silence, published by The Bodley Head, 1973, and Acts of defiance, published by Reinhardt, 1992. Most of the correspondence relates to Acts of ..., 1979-1996 British Library
creatorOf General correspondence of Reinhardt and others relating to Graham Greene, 1991-1996. Correspondents include: Clare Alexcander, Neil F. Brennan (from him to Reinhardt), Euan Cameron, Peter Carson, of Penguin Books, Louise Dennys, of Lester, Orpen and ..., 1991-1996 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence and contracts relating to Greene's Reflections, 1990-1996. Includes press-cuttings of reviews, and also photocopies of some articles removed from the final text by Greene and Reinhardt, i.e. ‘Ashridge Park: that goodly place’, ‘Rhythms..., 1990-1996 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, drafts, press cuttings and contract relating to a proposed autobiography by Kenneth H. C. Lo, at first accepted by Reinhardt Books, but subsequently reconsidered and the contract cancelled. Includes drafts of the text, photographs and..., 1986-1991 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence relating to Tributes to Graham Greene, published by Reinhardt Books, 1992, based on the Memorial Requiem Mass of 6 Jun 1991 and the tributes paid there, and other correspondence on memorial tributes to Greene and to Elaine Greene, wife..., 1991-1995 British Library
creatorOf Correspondence, contracts and press cuttings relating to Alistair Cooke’s The Patient has the floor, published by The Bodley Head, 1987. 1978-1987. Includes offprint of Cooke’s ‘Hypochondria: the layman’s speciality’, published in Journal of the Roya..., 1978-1987 British Library
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