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a city district of central London laid out in garden squares

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Harry Potter is continuing to work his magic for publisher Bloomsbury.
Scholars of English literature explore writer Mansfield (1888-1923) as an artist on the fringe of the Bloomsbury Group and her associations and interactions with key Bloomsbury figures as well as fellow fringe figures.
Bloomsbury Publishing, a British independent, worldwide publishing house of fiction and non-fiction, on Thursday reported above market expectations in its audited results for the year ended 28 February 2017, with profit before taxation and highlighted items of GBP12.
British perfumer Jo Malone believes it has the answer in its 2017 Brit Collection, The Bloomsbury Set, inspired by the works of an informal group of early 20th-century intellectuals, writers, artists and philosophers, and the East Sussex house where they gathered.
The London-headquartered Bloomsbury Publishing has made an announcement on its settlement of a partnership with the Kalimat Group, a publishing company focused on the Arabic language.
Less than a year after its partnership with the Qatar Foundation wasended , Bloomsbury Publishing is signing a new agreement with the Sharjah, UAE-based Kalimat Group:
26 January 2016 - UK-based publishing company Bloomsbury Publishing Plc (LSE: BMY) has closed the acquisition from Relx Ltd.
With the turn in modernist literary studies toward a more interdisciplinary and expansive exploration of the crossings, networks, and confluences that produced culture between 1890 and 1940, both Modernist Culture and The Bloomsbury Group, new additions to the Cambridge Companion series, will come as sweet relief to students and scholars feeling overwhelmed by the amount of material one must master in order to call oneself a modernist.
Synopsis: Covering a wide range of forms and genres, "The Bloomsbury Introduction to Creative Writing" is a complete introductory manual for students of creative writing.
In this study, Rosemary Ashton seeks to trace how Bloomsbury became "the undisputed intellectual quarter of London" over the previous century, a period, she argues, during which it acquired its "distinctive, important and above all progressive role in the life of both London and the nation" (ix, 1).
volve, in Sunderland, has been commissioned by British books giant Bloomsbury to produce five educational apps for iPad and Android tablets.
Bloomsbury, Modernism, and the Reinvention of Intimacy by Jesse Wolfe
Being south of Times Square even just five years ago may not have made sense for Bloomsbury, but the character of the neighborhood has completely changed to one that corporate users are now gravitating towards," Manoff said.
Any study of the Bloomsbury Group must of necessity follow behind a multitude of "lions.