1. The Secrets of Success: Microinventions and Bookselling in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands
  2. Laura Cruz
  3. pp. 1-28
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  1. Thomas Lechford's Plain Dealing: Censorship and Cosmopolitan Print Culture in the English Atlantic
  2. Jeffrey Glover
  3. pp. 29-46
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  1. Lost Encyclopedias: Before and After the Enlightenment
  2. Richard R. Yeo
  3. pp. 47-68
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  1. Contesting the Page: The Author and the Illustrator in France, 1830–1848
  2. Keri A. Berg
  3. pp. 69-101
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  1. Composing the First Leaves of Grass: How Whitman Used His Early Notebooks
  2. Matt Miller
  3. pp. 103-129
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  1. "Sir, It Is an Outrage": George Bentley, Robert Black, and the Condition of the Mid-List Author in Victorian Britain
  2. Solveig C. Robinson
  3. pp. 131-168
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  1. Geneva v. Saint Petersburg: Two Concepts of Literary Property and the Material Lives of Books in Under Western Eyes
  2. Shafquat Towheed
  3. pp. 169-191
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  1. "What Would Jesus Do?": The Social Gospel and the Literary Marketplace
  2. Erin A. Smith
  3. pp. 193-221
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  1. Books Are Weapons: Wartime Responses to the Nazi Bookfires of 1933
  2. Matthew Fishburn
  3. pp. 223-251
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  1. Book History in Premodern China: The State of the Discipline I
  2. Cynthia Joanne Brokaw
  3. pp. 253-290
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  1. Gutenberg and Modern Print Culture: The State of the Discipline II
  2. Christopher A. Reed
  3. pp. 291-315
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 317-319
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