" INVENTION OF PRINTING, REVOLUTION WITHIN REVOLUTION."
Volume 35, Number 2 of the Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress
- (Washington D.C.): Library of Congress, April 1978.
- stiff paper wrappers
- (v), 66-138, (4) pages
Price: $10.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 92761
This issue has the following articles: "The Invention of Printing, Revolution within Revolution" by Nicholas Barker, "The Early Illustrated Book, Highlights from a Lecture" by Philip Hofer, "Into Something Rich and Strange, Of Dreams, Art, and the Unconscious" by Eleanor Cameron, and "The Hauslab-Liechtenstein Map Collection" by Walter W. Ristow. Illustrated in black-and-white throughout. Lower corner of text creased, fore-edge of text has stain which bled onto three leaves, wrappers soiled.
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