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A History of Reading and Writing: In the Western World
What is the History of Reading and Writing? Reading and Writing in the Ancient and Medieval world Was There a Printing Revolution? Print and the Protestant Reformation Renaissance Books and HumanistExpand
The Nature of the Book
The Nature of the Book is a richly detailed and substantial work that has important implications for the history of both print culture and the diffusion of scientiŽ c knowledge. In Adrian Johns’Expand
Australia's history : themes and debates
Map of Australia Notes on contributors Timeline Introduction Martyn Lyons & Penny Russell 1 The battlefields of Aboriginal history Anna Haebich 2 Unsettling settier society Penny Russell 3 The viewExpand
Napoleon Bonaparte and the Legacy of the French Revolution
List of Maps - List of Graphs and Tables - List of Illustrations - List of Documents - Abbreviations - Introduction - Bonaparte the Jacobin - Bonaparte the Republican - The Coup of Brumaire - FranceExpand
French soldiers and their correspondence: towards a history of writing practices in the First World War.
  • M. Lyons
  • History, Medicine
  • French history
  • 1 March 2003
TLDR
The years 1914-18 engendered a "sudden and irrepressible boulimia" of letter-writing, a diluvian outpouring which defied all attempts at administrative control and raised important questions about historical sources, their transparency and their silences. Expand
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