Popular Print Media, 1820-1900, Volume 3

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Andrew King, John Plunkett
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1691 pages
Popular Print Media 1820-1900 makes available a selection of articles from nineteenth-century newspapers, periodicals and books which are otherwise unavailable except in their original publications.The collection also includes a significant amount of material that highlights the complex and changing importance of women in and for the nineteenth-century media at large. The collection is made up of three volumes, divided into six sections and will cover the following themes: technology, reading spaces, influence of print, graphic media, serial fiction, periodicals and the 'popular'.Each section includes a new introduction by the editors.The editors will also include a thematic table that enables readers to pursue a specific conceptual and/or historical issue, such as the impact of serial publication upon practices of reading and authorship.

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Contents

Past
26
Innes Shand Contemporary Literature No
41
Innes Shand Contemporary Literature No
69
Edward G Salmon What Girls Read Nineteenth
94
A Day at the London Free Libraries All the Year
106
Innes Shand Contemporary Literature No
134
Innes Shand Contemporary Literature No
160
Innes Shand Contemporary Literature No VII
199
Innes Shand Contemporary Literature No VIII
225
Grant Allen The Ethics of Copyright Macmillans
295
Francis Hitchman The Penny Press Macmillans
385
Applying for books at a free library Brixton
581
Ladies reading room at a free library
584
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