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  1. Sir Rupert Charles Hart-Davis (28 August 1907 – 8 December 1999) was an English publisher and editor. He founded the publishing company Rupert Hart-Davis Ltd. As a biographer, he is remembered for his Hugh Walpole (1952), as an editor, for his Collected Letters of Oscar Wilde (1962), and, as both editor and part-author, for the ...

  2. Publications by Rupert Hart-Davis. This list of books published by Rupert Hart-Davis comprises titles reviewed in The Times Literary Supplement (1947 to 1974), plus reprints in the Mariners Library and Reynard Library series. Background and history. After serving in the Second World War, Hart-Davis returned to his pre-war occupation as a publisher.

  3. Ion Trewin. Thu 9 Dec 1999 20.46 EST. Sir Rupert Hart-Davis, who has died aged 92, made his name in a variety of literary endeavours: as founder of a distinguished publishing house that bore...

  4. 5 de may. de 2024 · Overview. Rupert Hart-Davis. (1907—1999) publisher and writer. Quick Reference. British publisher. Established in 1946 by Rupert Hart-Davis and David Garnett, following Hart-Daviss prewar career at Heinemann, the Book Society, and Cape. The company produced a series of scholarly—and ultimately ...

  5. 12 de dic. de 1999 · Sir Rupert Hart-Davis, a highly energetic Englishman of letters whose rich careers in publishing, editing and writing spanned nearly six decades, died on Wednesday in North Yorkshire,...

  6. 9 de dic. de 1999 · Rupert Charles Hart-Davis, publisher, writer and editor: born 28 August 1907; manager, Book Society 1932; director, Jonathan Cape Ltd 1933-40; director, Rupert Hart-Davis Ltd 1946-68;...

  7. Biography. Sir Rupert Hart-Davis (1907-1999) was a London-born publisher, editor, and man of letters, and founder of the publishing company Rupert Hart-Davis Ltd, established in 1946. As Siegfried Sassoon's literary adviser, he published selections of Sassoon's war poetry, 'Siegfried Sassoon: The War Poems' (1983, Faber and Faber), his 'Letters ...