Volume 20, 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

Did Ottoman Sultans Ban Print?

pp. 1-39
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The Book Trade in the Colonial Philippines

pp. 40-82
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Servants, Masters and Seditious Libel in Eighteenth-Century England

pp. 83-110
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The Travels of a Publisher's Sales Rep, 1775–76

pp. 111-125
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From Copperplate to Color Lithography: On the Modernization of an Illustrated Flora 1800–1900

pp. 126-149
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Recirculating Black Militancy in Word and Image: Henry Highland Garnet's "Volume of Fire"

pp. 150-187
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"Q i-jtb the Raven": Taking Dirty OCR Seriously

pp. 188-225
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  Reading, Writing, and Publishing an Obscene Canon: The Archival Logic of the Secret Museum, c. 1860–c. 1900

pp. 226-257
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The Travelling Travel Narrative: The Communication Circuit of Spenser St. John's Hayti; or, The Black Republic

pp. 258-273
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Inventing Saikaku: Collectors, Provenance, and the Social Creation of an Author

pp. 274-306
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"At the Dawning of the Twentieth Century": W.E.B. Du Bois, A.C. McClurg & Co., and the Early Circulation of The Souls of Black Folk

pp. 307-329
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Katherine Cecil Thurston's John Chilcote, M.P.: Popularity and Literary Value in the Early Twentieth Century

pp. 330-350
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Reading "Babylon Revisited" as a Post Text: F. Scott Fitzgerald, George Horace Lorimer, and the Saturday Evening Post Audience

pp. 351-373
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"Books That Civilize as Well as Satisfy": Surveying Children's Reading Habits in 1940s and 1950s Australia and New Zealand

pp. 374-393
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From Public Library Prankster to Playwright: Joe Orton and Postwar Britain's Nanny State

pp. 394-423
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"Capital Intraconversion" and Canadian Literary Prize Culture

pp. 424-446
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"While all Scholarly Communities have a Forum": Journals and the Development of Book History in Germany, 1840–2009: The State of the Discipline

pp. 447-470
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Contributors

pp. 471-474
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