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by Roy Stokes,Stephen R. Almagno
Author: Roy Stokes,Stephen R. Almagno
Publisher: Scarecrow Press; Subsequent edition (April 1, 2001)
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Roy Stokes, Stephen R. Almagno.
Roy Stokes, Stephen R. The study of bibliography takes various forms: a historical introduction to the development of the book over the centuries, an examination of the constituent parts of the book and methods of its description. First published in 1931 by Allen & Unwin and The Library Association, A Student's Manual of Bibliography soon established itself as a classic in its field. its author, Arundell Esdaile, of the British Museum, was a lecturer in bibliography at the London University School of Librarianship from 1919-1939.
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Esdaile's Manual of Bibliography book. Designed for the literary student, the student librarian, and the beginning book collector, this manual assumes nothing but interest from the outset; it prepares readers for more advanced texts as they develop specialized interests.
Stokes, Roy Bishop, Almagno, 114. ^ "vellum". Online Etymological Dictionary. Ustick, W. Lee (1936).
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On-line demonstration of the preparation of vellum from the BNF, Paris - text in French, but mostly visual. Stokes, Roy Bishop, Almagno, 114. Stokes and Almagno 2001, 114. Clemens and Graham 2007, pp. 9–10.
In A Bibliographical Companion, Roy Stokes provides an alphabetical list of such words and phrases. Aimed at students who are at an early stage of their bibliographical interests, A Bibliographical Companion is an invaluable resource. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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