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Buck, Claire. Jameson Acheson and Romana Huk. Di Stefano, Christine. Linda J. London: Routledge, Dowson, Jane.
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It may seem that these are diversions from what should be the real task of a publisher: producing the works of great writers that people will want to read. It is also perhaps notable that the books that make money for Faber were written by authors signed up a while ago. Equally, though, one might argue that a family encourages its offspring, nurturing them in the hope that one day they will come up with the goods.
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