Tania Alexander (1915-2004) was an author, translator and theatrical adviser. She also worked in publishing, for Secker & Warburg in the late 1930s. Frederic Warburg wrote of her, 'Tania ran her affairs, as she ran mine, with spasmodic violence and unusual powers of forgetfulness . . . She made many mistakes but never a blunder. She understood what none of my colleagues except Senhouse understood: that Secker & Warburg was . . . not so much a commercial enterprise as a "movement." It followed that "public relations" was the most important of our activities and as a PRO Tania was unexcelled, ev
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