Geschichte des deutschen Buchhandels im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Band 2: Die Weimarer Republik 1918 - 1933, Part 1

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Ernst Fischer, Stephan Füssel
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 530 pages
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Publishers and the book trade between hyperinflation and world economic crisis, between the founding of the Republic and creeping loss of democracy -- volume 2 of "Geschichte des deutschen Buchhandels im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert" (The History of the German Book Trade in the 19th and 20th Century) portrays a vivid picture of the book trade in eventful times. The first part-volume provides insight into the drastic political and economic conditions, into the author's predicament and the altered structure of the readership. Further topics stem from developments in the book trade, above all against the backdrop of the fiercely debated "book crisis", triggered by media competition with radio, film, illustrated magazines and newspapers. Aspects of production technology and book design as well as themes central to publishing such as academic publishers, are also dealt with. Supported by illustrations, tables and statistics, this presentation reconstructs a dynamic chapter in the history of the German book trade.

 

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Contents

Die Geschichte des deutschen Buchhandels kennt Prozesse und Ereignisse die phasen
8
der Interessen und Berufspolitik der Schriftstellerverbände
126
Deutsche SchriftstellerVerband DSVDer Allgemeine Schriftsteller
142
Buchhandelsorganisation
223
S 22 Der Lexikonverlag Thomas Keiderling
441
S 2 J Kunstverlage Dorothea Peters
463
Die Autoren des Bandes
529
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Ernst Fischer und Stephan Füssel, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz.

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