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Cambridge Studies in Publishing and Printing History

This series encompasses books on aspects of publishing and printing history - on the impact of print and the means by which the printed word was prepared for public consumption - from Caxton to the present day. Over the next few years volumes will appear on topics ranging from book production in the fifteenth century to the exploitation of mass-market fiction in the nineteenth century. There will also be major editions of correspondence between authors and publishers. All are important for students of literature and cultural history as well as for bibliographers and historians of publishing and printing.

General Editors: Terry Belanger; David McKitterick

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