- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- A Hogarth Press Timeline
- Chapter 1 ‘W. H. Day Spender’ Had a Sister: Joan Adeney Easdale
- Chapter 2 The Middlebrows of the Hogarth Press: Rose Macaulay, E. M. Delafield and Cultural Hierarchies in Interwar Britain
- Chapter 3 ‘Woolfs’ in Sheep's Clothing: The Hogarth Press and ‘Religion’
- Chapter 4 The Hogarth Press and Networks of Anti-Colonialism
- Chapter 5 William Plomer, Transnational Modernism and the Hogarth Press
- Chapter 6 The Writer, the Prince and the Scholar: Virginia Woolf, D. S. Mirsky, and Jane Harrison's Translation from Russian of <i>The Life of the Archpriest Avvakum, by Himself –</i> a Revaluation of the Radical Politics of the Hogarth Press
- Chapter 7 On or About December 1928 the Hogarth Press Changed: E. McKnight Kauffer, Art, Markets and the Hogarth Press 1928–39
- Chapter 8 ‘Going Over’: The Woolfs, the Hogarth Press and Working-Class Voices
- Chapter 9 ‘Oh Lord what it is to publish a best seller’: The Woolfs' Professional Relationship with Vita Sackville-West
- Appendix The Hogarth Press: Vita Sackville-West's Publications
- List of Contributors
- Leonard and Virginia Woolf, The Hogarth Press and the Networks of Modernism
- Edinburgh University Press
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