Johann Gutenberg: Master of Modern Printing

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Blackbirch Press, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Discusses the life of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of letterpress printing, which made possible the large-scale production of books and printed matter, and contributed to an explosion in learning and literacy that spread throughout the modern world.

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Contents

Awaiting the Decision
5
The Genius of Movable Type
11
Exile
17
Copyright

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