Of making many books: a hundred years of reading, writing, and publishing
This reprint series, which operates in conjunction with the Penn State Series in the History of the Book, aims to give second life to classic works in the field of publishing history. The series will include publishers' memoirs, house histories, and studies of particular developments in the book trade - the advent of the paperback, for example, or the rise of the literary agent, or the history of the best-seller, or the coming of the book club.
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THE LONELY ART I
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
THE FLESH OF PRINT
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