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Identifying and Tracking Paper Stocks in Early Modern London
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  • The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of…
  • 1 December 2000
In the history of bibliographical scholarship, paper has often played a crucial role. One need look no farther than John Carter and Graham Pollard's Enquiry into the Nature of Certain NineteenthExpand
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The 1612 Don Quixote and the Windet-Stansby Printing House
Some time in late 1612 or early 1613 a play titled Cardenio was performed by the King’s Men at the court of James I.1 It might well have been performed in the commercial London theater before itsExpand
The First Quarto of King Henry V (review)
and high-spirited for its stable. That said, however, it is still remarkable that the latter numbers over twice the pages. While fascinating and often well written, McMullan’s introduction is twoExpand
The Stationers’ Company and the Printers of London, 1501–1557 by Peter W. M. Blayney (review)
Such a discussion has clear applications beyond both Forbor’s psalter and its contract. From a teaching and learning perspective, however, this book is awkward. The main problem is that each chapterExpand