Order and Connexion: Studies in Bibliography and Book History : Selected Papers from the Munby Seminar, Cambridge, July 1994

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R. C. Alston
Boydell & Brewer, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 202 pages
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These papers illustrate a variety of ways in which bibliographical evidence can be used to determine significant features in a diverse range of manuscripts and printed books. The title Order and Connexionrelates to two of the most important aspects of bibliography, to the fore in this collection: the bringing of coherence to the sequence of manifestations of a text or a body of similar texts, and the establishing of connections which texts have with the circumstances of their creation, publication, dissemination, reception, reputation, influence, and survival. R.C. ALSTONis Professor of Library Studies at University College, London. All contributors have at some time been Munby Fellows - a post founded in memory of the bibliographical scholar Alan Munby. They areKEITH MASLEN, HUGH AMORY, BRIAN McMULLIN, FRANS KORSTEN, PAMELA ROBINSON, DAVID MONEY, JO ANN McEACHERN, HAROLD LOVE, PAUL HOPKINS, JAMES CARLEY, JAMES RAVE Munby Seminar, 1994

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