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The Peter Owen Anthology

Forty Years of Independent Publishing
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ISBN 100720608104
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Peter Owen, for more than sixty years a defining presence among British and worldwide publishers, has died in was eighty-nine.

Born in Nuremberg in to a German father and British mother, Owen soon emigrated to England, where he would spend the rest of a lonely childhood raiding the impressive library amassed by an uncle. Stephen Owen has 42 books on Goodreads with ratings.

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The company soon flourished, enabling him to employ staff (his first editor being Muriel Spark) and he was able to bring some of the very best international literature to a very insular British market—and beyond.