Books And Bookmen

Author: Andrew Lang
Publisher: Krill Press via PublishDrive
ISBN: 1531201369
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Andrew Lang was a Scottish writer best known for collecting folklore, legends, and fairy tales and making a compendium of them to celebrate ethnic heritage.

Books And Bookmen

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"They want to go out with me because . men want intelligent girls whom they can
beat down." "it's really best for a girl to wait until she's nearly thirty, and take some
man who is coming round for the second time." Time revenged itself on Miss Jaffe
by calling her novel "a naughtied-up Little Women". Judge for yourself : it is being
published in this country by Cape, on 26th January (16s.). January, 1959
FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION Vol. 4 No. 4 Books Bookmen Editor : WILLIAM

Bibliographie Zur Kultur Und Landeskunde Der Bukowina 1976 1990

Author: Erich Beck
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447045629
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1701 Boletin des estudios germanicos. (Mendoza, Argentinia). 1711 Bolsaja
Sovetskaja Encyklopedija, 3-e izd. ... Moskva: ... 1718 Book World. (New York,
NY). 1719 Booklist books: The Booklist and Suscription Books Bulletin. (Chicago,
lll.). ... 1722 Books in Canada: A National Review of Books. (Toronto, Ont.). 1723
Books of the Times. (New York, NY). 1724 Books and Bookmen. (London). 1725
The Bookseller: Organ of the book trade. (London). 1729 The Boston Globe. (
Boston ...


Author: E J Feuchtwanger
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349197831
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First published in 1975, this remains the only biography based on recent scholarship dealing with the whole of Gladstone's long life. `...thoroughly competent and well-proportioned.

Book Men Book Clubs And The Romantic Literary Sphere

Author: Ina Ferris
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137367601
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This book re-reads the tangled relations of book culture and literary culture in the early nineteenth century by restoring to view the figure of the bookman and the effaced history of his book clubs.