By Robert Fraser, Mary Hammond
The place does the ebook belong? Does it enshrine the soul of a kingdom, or is it a method during which countries seek advice from each other, sharing rules, applied sciences, texts? This booklet, the 1st in a two-volume set of unique essays, responds to those questions with archive-based case stories of print tradition in a few international locations around the globe.
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2. From Practical Printing by John Southward (1882) in Richard-Gabriel Rummonds, Nineteenth-Century Printing Practices and the Iron Handpress (New Castle, Delaware, and London: Oak Knoll Press & The British Library, 2004), vol. 1, p. 338. 3. Gerard Genette, Paratexts: Thresholds of Interpretation, Trans. Jane E. Lewin (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), p. 34. 4. Mary Louise Pratt, ‘Criticism in the Contact Zone: Decentering Community and Nation’, in Critical Theory, Cultural Politics, and Latin American Narrative, ed.
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