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The cross-national dimension in print culture

@inproceedings{Fraser2008TheCD,
  title={The cross-national dimension in print culture},
  author={Robert D. Fraser and Mary Hammond},
  year={2008}
}
List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgments Notes on Contributors Introduction R.Fraser & M.Hammond Books Without Borders: The Transnational Turn in Book History S.Shep Publishing Under the Yoke: A Short History of the Bulgarian Book from Paisy of Hilendar to Peyo Yavorov M.Gibson 'After the Old yet as agreeable... to the Newest': British and American Almanacs in the Era of American Independence L.Santoro From Germany to Brazil: The History of the Fashion Magazine A Estacao , an… 
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