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  Volume 16, 2013

Table of Contents


“Reed through the Bybell”: Slave Education in Early Virginia

pp. 1-33

Upright Piracy: Understanding the Lack of Copyright for Journalism in Eighteenth-Century Britain

pp. 34-61

Bringing Books into Baltimore: Tracing Networks of Textual Importation, 1760–1825

pp. 62-88

Bibliography Behaving Badly: The Secret Life of the Portrait fantaisiste du Marquis de Sade

pp. 89-131

The Fairy Tale and the Periodical: Hans Christian Andersen’s Scrapbooks

pp. 132-154

Publishing Sir John Franklin’s Fate: Cannibalism, Journalism, and the 1881 Edition of Leopold McClintock’s The Voyage of the “Fox” in the Arctic Seas

pp. 155-184

Sense, Sensibility, and Soap: An Unexpected Case Study in Digital Resources for Book History

pp. 185-214

Canned Literature: The Book after Edison

pp. 215-245

“Books Are More to Me than Food”: British Prisoners of War as Readers, 1914–1918

pp. 246-271

The Fate of an “Ambitious School-Marm”: Amy Cruse and the History of Reading

pp. 272-293

“The Sword and the Book”: The Benjamin Franklin Library and U.S.-Mexican Relations, 1936–1962

pp. 294-317

The Irish Banning of Elie Aron Cohen’s Human Behaviour in the Concentration Camp (1954)

pp. 318-328

Glasnost Noire: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Publication and Reception of James Hadley Chase

pp. 329-363

Traduit de l’américain: Thomas Keneally and the Mechanics of an International Career

pp. 364-386

Copyright and Intellectual Property: The State of the Discipline

pp. 387-427


pp. 428-431

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