- George,1791–1871, U.S. literary historian and educator.
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She is the author of Growing Up in Moscow: Memories of a Soviet Girlhood (Ticknor Fields, 1989).Meet Stephen F. Cohen, Vladimir Putin's Best Friend in the American Media
March 16, 2014
Ticknor took place in an imaginary 19th century Boston, The Middle Stories took place in some imaginative realm.Literary City: Sheila Heti’s Toronto
January 24, 2014
I think you know that Osgood is a partner in Ticknor and Fields'.
Thereupon, Ticknor and Fields gave him notice that he mustn't play it.
Ticknor, Story, and others show that the same was true in Washington.
Ticknor's reminiscences of Webster, as quoted by Curtis, i, 216-17.
I shall send the despatch to Ticknor, at any rate, for publication if necessary.