1. "All the World Writes Short Hand": The Phenomenon of Shorthand in Seventeenth-Century England
  2. Kelly Minot McCay
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  1. Reading Themselves Sick: Consumption and Women's Reading in the Early Republic, 1780–1860
  2. Carrie N. Knight
  3. pp. 37-57
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  1. Printing as Poison, Printing as Cure: Work and Health in the Nineteenth-Century Printing Office and Asylum
  2. Mila Daskalova
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  1. Subscribing to Empire: The Global Expansion of American Subscription Publishing
  2. John J. Garcia
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  1. Railway Bookselling and the Politics of Print in India: The Case of A.H. Wheeler
  2. Ritika Prasad
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/bh.2021.0004
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  1. "You Shall Look at This or at Nothing": Gaylord Schanilec and the Value of the Fine Press Book
  2. Alexa Hazel
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  1. MercadoLibre and the Democratization of Books: A Critical Reading of New Material Affordances and Digital Book History
  2. Nora C. Benedict
  3. pp. 177-208
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  1. "Reading" the Public Domain: Narrating and Listening to Librivox Audiobooks
  2. Millicent Weber
  3. pp. 209-243
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  1. State of the Discipline: Throwaway History: Towards a Historiography of Ephemera
  2. Anne Garner
  3. pp. 244-263
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 264-265
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