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Notes&Queries Jun 4
Replying to @djbduncan @39_press
THIS! juxtaposition. Old and new.
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Meaghan Brown Oct 11
Leah Price provides us with some closing context
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39StepPress Jun 4
It’s the craze sweeping the “world wide web”. JUXTAPOSITIONS! How do you read *your* copy?
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Nicholas Dames Oct 11
⁩ kicking things off at today’s event, holding the volume itself
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 11
we have reached the end of the book (parts). teaches us how indexes work.
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Dennis Duncan Oct 12
Shock revelation from the Book Parts conference: we were beaten to it by a picture book! (Thanks so much for this )
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Ryan Baumann Aug 3
Sirs…I was promised BOOK PARTS, and yet I appear to have received a full book
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Will Smith Jun 4
Watching twitter chats leads to great book advertising... now reading ed. by Adam Smyth and .
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 13
was hands-down (or -up or -pointing) a dream.
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💒💑Fra[Nie]ce™ Oct 12
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Dennis Duncan Apr 24
Having it both ways in your Acknowledgements. From Wilfrid Hodges, “Model Theory”. (Thanks to for pointing it out.)
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Joey Waller Oct 22
Using to showcase informational text features and describe their uses to the reader!!
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Nicholas Dames Oct 11
And concludes the main portion of the event by walking through the earliest instructions in the use of indexes
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Anne Garner Oct 11
Love this talk by Rachel Sagner Buurma on the epigraph, during conference. Du Bois juxtaposed Byron text with measures from negro spirituals
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 11
starting with caxton, “to the reader” epistles let generalized, anonymous readers know what made printed books different from manuscripts discusses addresses to the reader
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Eve Houghton Oct 11
gives a “free translation” explaining the omission of the table of contents in a C16th edition of Gellius 😂
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Dennis Duncan Jul 18
Book Parts! Book Parts! Book Parts! I’ll be on the radio talking dust jackets, page numbers, indexes and frontispieces with Matthew Sweet. , 10pm, Radio 3.
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StationersHall Music May 30
There, found the details again. Another one for my - ed
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Natalie Ferris Aug 21
Oh, get me to NYC in October for this dazzling day of speakers, on history of indexes, epigraphs, title pages etc etc, circling around brilliant Book Parts ed by and Adam Smyth
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Meaghan Brown Oct 11
is anyone really only reading the index, as Erasmus and others loudly worried?
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