English Books and Readers 1603-1640: Being a Study in the History of the Book Trade in the Reigns of James I and Charles I
Cambridge University Press, 1989 - 268 Seiten
This third volume of English Books and Readers, first published in 1970, carries the story of the English book trade down to the eve of the Civil War. The author gives an account of the total output of books and pamphlets in the period, irrespective of their qualities as literature.
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The inception of a book
The regulation of the book trade
Translation and translators
The variety of books
6 Arithmetic astronomy and popular science
7 Geography travel and adventure
Printers booksellers and readers
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English Books and Readers 1603-1640: Being a Study in the History of the ...
H. S. Bennett
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