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A companion to the history of the book, edited by Simon Eliot and Jonathan Rose

Label
A companion to the history of the book
Title
A companion to the history of the book
Statement of responsibility
edited by Simon Eliot and Jonathan Rose
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Eliot, Simon
  • Rose, Jonathan
Series statement
Blackwell companions to literature and culture
Series volume
48
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Books
  • Printing
  • Book industries and trade
Label
A companion to the history of the book, edited by Simon Eliot and Jonathan Rose
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Stephen Colclough
  • The
  • clay tablet book in Sumer, Assyria, and Babylonia
  • Eleanor Robson
  • The
  • papyrus roll in Egypt, Greece, and Rome
  • Cornelia Roemer
  • China
  • J.S. Edgren
  • Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
  • Why bibliography matters
  • Peter Kornicki
  • South Asia
  • Graham Shaw
  • Latin America
  • Hortensia Calvo
  • The
  • Hebraic book
  • Emile G.L. Schrijver
  • The
  • Islamic book
  • T.H. Howard-Hill
  • Michael Albin
  • The
  • triumph of the codex : the manuscript book before 1100
  • Michelle Brown
  • Parchment and paper : manuscript culture, 1100-1500
  • M.T. Clanchy
  • The
  • Gutenberg revolutions
  • Lotte Hellinga
  • The
  • What is textual scholarship?
  • book trade comes of age : the sixteenth century
  • David J. Shaw
  • The
  • British book market, 1600-1800
  • John Feather
  • Print and public in Europe 1600-1800
  • Rietje van Vliet
  • North America and transatlantic book culture to 1800
  • Russell L. Martin III
  • The
  • David Greetham
  • industrialization of the book, 1800-1970
  • Rob Banham
  • From few and expensive to many and cheap : the British book market, 1800-1890
  • Simon Eliot
  • A continent of texts : Europe, 1800-1890
  • Jean-Yves Mollier and Marie-Françoise Cachin
  • Building a national literature : the United States, 1800-1890
  • Robert A. Gross --
  • The
  • globalization of the book, 1800-1970
  • The
  • David Finkelstein
  • Modernity and print I : Britain, 1890-1970
  • Jonathan Rose
  • Modernity and print II : Europe, 1890-1970
  • Adriaan van der Weel
  • Modernity and print III : the United States, 1890-1970
  • Beth Luey
  • Books and bits : texts and technology, 1970-2000
  • Paul Luna
  • The
  • uses of quantification
  • global market, 1970-2000 : producers
  • Eva Hemmungs Wirtén
  • The
  • global market, 1970-2000 : consumers
  • Claire Squires
  • Periodicals and periodicity
  • James Wald
  • The
  • importance of ephemera
  • Martin Andrews
  • Alexis Weedon
  • The
  • new textual technologies
  • Charles Chadwyck-Healey
  • New histories of literacy
  • Patricia Crain
  • Some non-textual uses of books
  • Rowan Watson
  • The
  • book as art
  • Megan L. Benton
  • Readers : books and biography
  • Obscenity, censorship, and modernity
  • Deana Heath
  • Copyright and the creation of literary property
  • John Feather
  • Libraries and the invention of information
  • Wayne A. Wiegand
  • Does the book have a future?
  • Angus Phillips
Control code
ocm86115301
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xvi, 599 p.
Isbn
9781405127653
Lccn
2006102104
Other physical details
ill.
Label
A companion to the history of the book, edited by Simon Eliot and Jonathan Rose
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Stephen Colclough
  • The
  • clay tablet book in Sumer, Assyria, and Babylonia
  • Eleanor Robson
  • The
  • papyrus roll in Egypt, Greece, and Rome
  • Cornelia Roemer
  • China
  • J.S. Edgren
  • Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
  • Why bibliography matters
  • Peter Kornicki
  • South Asia
  • Graham Shaw
  • Latin America
  • Hortensia Calvo
  • The
  • Hebraic book
  • Emile G.L. Schrijver
  • The
  • Islamic book
  • T.H. Howard-Hill
  • Michael Albin
  • The
  • triumph of the codex : the manuscript book before 1100
  • Michelle Brown
  • Parchment and paper : manuscript culture, 1100-1500
  • M.T. Clanchy
  • The
  • Gutenberg revolutions
  • Lotte Hellinga
  • The
  • What is textual scholarship?
  • book trade comes of age : the sixteenth century
  • David J. Shaw
  • The
  • British book market, 1600-1800
  • John Feather
  • Print and public in Europe 1600-1800
  • Rietje van Vliet
  • North America and transatlantic book culture to 1800
  • Russell L. Martin III
  • The
  • David Greetham
  • industrialization of the book, 1800-1970
  • Rob Banham
  • From few and expensive to many and cheap : the British book market, 1800-1890
  • Simon Eliot
  • A continent of texts : Europe, 1800-1890
  • Jean-Yves Mollier and Marie-Françoise Cachin
  • Building a national literature : the United States, 1800-1890
  • Robert A. Gross --
  • The
  • globalization of the book, 1800-1970
  • The
  • David Finkelstein
  • Modernity and print I : Britain, 1890-1970
  • Jonathan Rose
  • Modernity and print II : Europe, 1890-1970
  • Adriaan van der Weel
  • Modernity and print III : the United States, 1890-1970
  • Beth Luey
  • Books and bits : texts and technology, 1970-2000
  • Paul Luna
  • The
  • uses of quantification
  • global market, 1970-2000 : producers
  • Eva Hemmungs Wirtén
  • The
  • global market, 1970-2000 : consumers
  • Claire Squires
  • Periodicals and periodicity
  • James Wald
  • The
  • importance of ephemera
  • Martin Andrews
  • Alexis Weedon
  • The
  • new textual technologies
  • Charles Chadwyck-Healey
  • New histories of literacy
  • Patricia Crain
  • Some non-textual uses of books
  • Rowan Watson
  • The
  • book as art
  • Megan L. Benton
  • Readers : books and biography
  • Obscenity, censorship, and modernity
  • Deana Heath
  • Copyright and the creation of literary property
  • John Feather
  • Libraries and the invention of information
  • Wayne A. Wiegand
  • Does the book have a future?
  • Angus Phillips
Control code
ocm86115301
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xvi, 599 p.
Isbn
9781405127653
Lccn
2006102104
Other physical details
ill.

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