Book industries and trade.

The Business of Publishing

Author: Publishers Weekly. [New York.].

Publisher: Rr Bowker Llc

ISBN:

Category: Book industries and trade.

Page: 303

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Reference

A Richard Wright Bibliography

Author: Keneth Kinnamon

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 983

View: 687

Any future biographical work on Richard Wright will find this bibliography a necessity; academic or public libraries supporting a program of black culture will find it invaluable; and it belongs in any library supporting American literature studies. Richard Wright has truly been well served. Choice The most comprehensive bibliography ever compiled for an American writer, this book contains 13,117 annotated items pertaining to Richard Wright. It includes almost all published mentions of the author or his work in every language in which those mentions appear. Sources listed include books, articles, reviews, notes, news items, publishers' catalogs, promotional materials, book jackets, dissertations and theses, encyclopedias, biographical dictionaries, handbooks and study guides, library reports, best seller charts, the Index Translationum, playbills and advertisements, editorials, radio transcripts, and published letters and interviews. The bibliography is arranged chronologically by year. Each entry includes bibliographical information, an annotation by the authors, and information about all reprintings, partial or full. The index is unusually complete and contains the titles of Wright's works, real and fictional characters in the works, entries relating to significant places and events in the author's life, important literary terminology, and much additional information.
Literary Criticism

The Culture of the Publisher’s Series, Volume One

Author: J. Spiers

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 257

View: 725

This volume focuses on the publisher's series as a cultural formation - a material artefact and component of cultural hierarchies. Contributors engage with archival research, cultural theory, literary and bibliometric analysis (amongst a range of other approaches) to contextualize the publisher's series in terms of its cultural and economic work.