The Bristolian Creator of Penguin Books
Season: 4 Episode: 21
Sir Allen Lane was a 20th-century pioneer of paperback publishing in England, whose belief in a market for high-quality books at low prices helped to create a new reading public and also led to improved printing and binding techniques.
This podcast has been specially edited from a Bradley Stoke Radio show in Bristol, England.
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Sir Allen Lane Foundation
The New York Times
Daily Herald - Friday 23 July 1954
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