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  1. Dell Publishing - Wikipedia

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    Dell Publishing is an American publisher of books, magazines and comic books, that was founded in 1921 by George T. Delacorte Jr. with $10,000, two employees and one magazine title, I Confess, and soon began turning out dozens of pulp magazines, which included penny-a-word detective stories, articles about the movies, and romance books (or "smoochies" as they were known in the slang of the day).

  2. Category:Delacorte Press books - Wikipedia

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    Books originally published by Delacorte Press, an imprint of Dell Publishing.. Pages in category "Delacorte Press books" The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.

  3. Delacorte - Wikipedia

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    Delacorte can refer to: George T. Delacorte Jr., founder of the Dell Publishing Company George Delacorte Musical Clock, a 1965 gift from George T. Delacorte, located between the Wildlife Center and the Children's Zoo in Central Park, Manhattan; Delacorte Press, a Random House related publisher; Delacorte Theater, in Manhattan's Central Park

  4. Lord John series - Wikipedia

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    Lord John and the Hand of Devils is a 2007 Delacorte Press collection of the first three Lord John novellas: the previously published Lord John and the Hellfire Club (1998) and Lord John and the Succubus (2003), and the new tale Lord John and the Haunted Soldier, exclusive to this volume.

  5. Cry Macho - Wikipedia

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    Cry Macho is an American novel by N. Richard Nash.Published in the United States in 1975 by the Delacorte Press, the story was originally written as a screenplay under the title Macho, but was later adapted into a novel after Nash failed to sell the screenplay.

    • United States
    • Macho
  6. Jay Bennett (author) - Wikipedia

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    Jay Bennett (December 24, 1912 - June 27, 2009) was an American author and two-time winner of the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America.Bennett won the Edgar for Best Juvenile novel in 1974 and 1975, for The Long Black Coat (Delacorte Press) and The Dangling Witness (Delacorte Press), respectively.

  7. Yonnondio - Wikipedia

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    The unfinished novel was published in 1974. The book has been published by different publishing houses including Faber and Faber (1974), Delacorte Press (1974), Dell Publishing (1979), Virago Press Ltd (1980), Delta (1988), Bantam Doubleday Dell, and University of Nebraska Press (2004). Criticism and analysis

  8. List of works by Danielle Steel - Wikipedia

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    This bibliography is a list of works from American author Danielle Steel.. Danielle Steel has written 190 books, including over 141 novels. Her books have been translated into 43 languages and can be found in 69 countries across the globe.

  9. Mitsui - Wikipedia

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    Mitsui Bank, which following a merger with Taiyō-Kobe Bank in the mid-1980s became part of Sakura Bank, survives as part of the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. During the early 20th century, Mitsui was one of the largest zaibatsu, operating in numerous fields. Mitsui Bank became the holding company of the Mitsui zaibatsu from 1876.

  10. J. P. Donleavy - Wikipedia

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    The Onion Eaters (novel) Delacorte Press, New York 1971; The Plays of JP Donleavy Delacorte Press, New York 1972; A Fairy Tale of New York (novel) Delacorte Press, New York 1973; J.P. Donleavy: The Plays Penguin, UK 1974; The Unexpurgated Code: A Complete Manual of Survival & Manners (non-fiction) Delacorte Press, New York 1975

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