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Chatto & Windus
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Publishing company founded in London, England, in 1855.


Publications[edit]

Work Author Year Published
Open book nae 02.svg The Woman in White Wilkie Collins (1860) 1896
Open book nae 02.svg A Tramp Abroad Mark Twain illustrated by Walter Francis Brown, True Williams, Ben Day (jr.) and others 1880
Open book nae 02.svg A Century of Roundels Algernon Charles Swinburne 1883
Open book nae 02.svg Underwoods Robert Louis Stevenson 1887
Open book nae 02.svg The Merry Men and Other Tales and Fables Robert Louis Stevenson (1887) 1905
Open book nae 02.svg Across the Plains with Other Memories and Essays Robert Louis Stevenson 1892
Open book nae 02.svg Weir of Hermiston Robert Louis Stevenson 1896
Open book nae 02.svg Songs of Travel and Other Verses Robert Louis Stevenson 1896
Open book nae 02.svg Essays in the Art of Writing Robert Louis Stevenson 1905
Open book nae 02.svg The poetical works of William Blake (1906) Volume 1 William Blake editted by Edwin Ellis 1906
Open book nae 02.svg The poetical works of William Blake (1906) Volume 2
Open book nae 02.svg Feeding the Mind Lewis Carroll 1907
Open book nae 02.svg Popular Astronomy Camille Flammarion translated by J. Ellard Gore 1907
Open book nae 02.svg The Art of Nijinsky Geoffrey Arundel Whitworth illustrated by Dorothy Mullock 1913
Open book nae 02.svg Bohemia's claim for freedom Jindřich Procházka (ed.) 1915
Open book nae 02.svg A Short History of England Gilbert Keith Chesterton 1917
Open book nae 02.svg New Poems and Variant Readings Robert Louis Stevenson 1918
Open book nae 02.svg Eminent Victorians Lytton Strachey 1918
Open book nae 02.svg The Conquest of Mexico Volume 1 William Hickling Prescott 1922
Open book nae 02.svg The Conquest of Mexico Volume 2
Open book nae 02.svg Dead Souls—A Poem Nikolai Gogol translated by Constance Garnett 1922
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