Book Trade Connections: From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries

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9780712350648: Book Trade Connections: From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries
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The ninth volume of the "Print Network" series contains twelve chapters from scholars working on the connections between the parties involved in the production of print artefacts, from author to printer, publisher, bookseller and reader. Chronologically, the offerings range from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries as they track the developing trade in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Publishers and readers who spent part of their lives in North America are also featured in several of the chapters. The main theme emerging from this volume is the significance of cheap print, including newspapers and journals. The social, cultural political and economic significance of these artefacts is highlighted by an in-depth examination of the lives of those men and women who participated in the book trade.

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Hinks, John and Catherine Armstrong (editors)
Editorial: Oak Knoll Press and The British Library, New Castle, Delaware and London, England (2008)
ISBN 10: 0712350640 ISBN 13: 9780712350648
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Descripción Oak Knoll Press and The British Library, New Castle, Delaware and London, England, 2008. Hardcover, dust jacket. 6 x 9 inches. Hardcover, dust jacket. 281 pages. Delivered at the Twenty-second Conference on the History of the British Book Trade Birmingham, July 2005. First edition. This ninth volume of the Print Networks series contains twelve exciting chapters from scholars working on the connections between the parties involved in the production of print artifacts; from author to printer, publisher, bookseller and reader. Chronologically, the offerings range from the seventeenth to the twentieth century as they track the developing trade in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Publishers and readers who spent part of their lives in North America are also featured in several of the chapters. The main theme emerging from this volume is the significance of cheap print, including newspapers and journals. The social, cultural, political and economic significance of these artifacts is highlighted by an in-depth examination of the lives of those men and women who participated in the book trade. Nº de ref. de la librería 96655

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