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A history of booksellers, the old and the new by Henry Curwen (Author) ISBN Cited by: Booksellers are portrayed here as keepers of the flame and sometimes even makers of history (as when rare book dealers Leona Rostenberg and Madeleine Stern discovered Louisa May Alcott’s secret pulp novels), but also as obsessive compulsives who will spend years scouring the earth for a rare edition only to stick it on a shelf and forget all.
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A History of Booksellers, the Old and the New In the course of our "History," too, we have been necessarily concerned with the manner of the "equipping and furnishing" of nearly every great work in our literature. So that, while on the one hand we have related the lives of a body of men singularly thrifty, able, industrious, and persevering.
A History of Booksellers, the Old and the New A History of Booksellers: The Old and the New, Henry Curwen: Author: Henry Curwen: Contributor: Lessing J. Rosenwald Reference Collection (Library of Congress) Publisher: Chatto and Windus, Original from: Library of Catalonia: Digitized: Oct 9, Length: pages: Export Citation.
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Detroit, Gale Research Co., (OCoLC) A History of Booksellers, the Old and the New Contents: The booksellers of olden times -- The Longman family -- Constable, Cadell, and Black -- John Murray -- William Blackwood -- Chambers, Knight, and Cassell -- Henry Colburn -- The Rivingtons, the Parkers, and James Nisbet -- Butterworth and Churchill -- Edward Moxon -- Kelly and Virtue.