Books Without Borders in Enlightenment Europe: French Cosmopolitanism and German Literary Markets (Material Texts)

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"Carefully reasoned and deeply researched ... a welcome addition to the study of the myriad ways in which ideas have been carried in print across political, linguistic, and other barriers"-TLS "An outstanding, vivid, fine-grained, minutely researched, and highly readable study that makes an indispensable contribution to our knowledge of the diffusion of the Enlightenment."-French Studies "Anyone with any knowledge about eighteenth-century literary and cultural history will recognize the importance of this book. A study of this sort has long been needed not simply to extend our understanding of the French book in Germany but also to counterbalance and revise various national 'history of the book' series which focus on the national unit and precisely miss the importance of books as livres sans frontieres."-James Raven, University of Essex

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"Anyone with any knowledge about eighteenth-century literary and cultural history will recognize the importance of this book. A study of this sort has long been needed not simply to extend our understanding of the French book in Germany but also to counterbalance and revise various national 'history of the book' series which focus on the national unit and precisely miss the importance of books as livres sans frontieres."-James Raven, University of Essex "Carefully reasoned and deeply researched ... a welcome addition to the study of the myriad ways in which ideas have been carried in print across political, linguistic, and other barriers"-TLS

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