222 pages. Hardcover. Brand new book. BOOKS ON BOOKS. This seventh volume in the Print Networks Series is a collection of essays presented at the 2002 Conference on the History of the Book Trade. The theme reinforces the importance of studying specific local factors along side the wider picture of printing history. As with the other volumes in the Print Networks Series, the scope of these scholarly essays is wide-ranging: the book trade in Britain, including links with the former colonies, in early modern and modern times. This collection of essays clearly reflects the book-trade history and is a lively engagement with other historical approaches: cultural, social, economic and intellectual. (Key Words: John Hinks, Book Production, Boethius, Books on Books, Book Distribution, Catherine Armstrong, Book Trade).
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