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How to tell a Caxton, with some hints where and how the same might be found.
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How to tell a Caxton, with some hints where and how the same might be found () Typographical Notes () Shakespere and Typography, being an attempt to show Shakespere's perscyial connection with and technical knowledge of the art of printing () Some Early Type-specimen Books of England, Holland, France, Italy, and Germany ().
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Blades, William, How to Tell a Caxton, With Some Hints Where and How the Same Might Be Found, London, Sotheran,[ii] + viii + 55 p. + 16 [GB] [IA] Blades, William, The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England's First Printer, London, Trübner and Co.; Strassburg, Karl J.
Trübner, 2 e éd.,xii + 'How to tell a Caxton, with some hints where and how the same might be found,' London,8vo (a guide to the collector).
'Typographical Notes,' London,8vo (privately printed). 'Shakespere and Typography, being an attempt to show Shakespere's perscyial connection with and technical knowledge of the art of printing,' London,8vo. Define Caxton. Caxton synonyms, Caxton pronunciation, Caxton translation, English dictionary definition of Caxton.
In the preface Caxton tells us how, after he had printed some other books, It is a book, Caxton says, "wherein ye shall find many joyous and pleasant histories, and noble and renowned acts.
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INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES BY WILLIAM CAXTON N. BLAKE, MA, LECTURER IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL I MOST of our information about Caxton and the history of the first English press comes from the various pro logues and epilogues that he wrote for some of the books that he printed.
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Caxton's involvement is inferred from parallels to the Sarum Missal, and from the presence of his device in the one surviving copy. 46 But it is possible that ‘the book [might] have been ordered jointly by Caxton and one or more other printers and publishers, each of whom might have inserted his own device in his own copies’.
Without Author: M. T. W. Payne. The investigation leads him to the Caxton Private Lending Library & Book Depository, where the living breathing characters of literary invention are under the guardianship of a curious caretaker—and where, for Mr.
Berger, the line between fiction and reality will blur beyond : Road.