New PDF release: The Perils of Print Culture: Book, Print and Publishing

By Jason McElligott,E. Patten

This choice of essays illustrates a number of pressures and concerns—both functional and theoretical—related to the examine of print tradition. Procedural problems variety from doubts in regards to the reliability of digitized assets to matters with the restricting parameters of 'national' ebook history.

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