Table of Contents : Volumes 03-04 (2000-2001)

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Volume 03

  • Andrea Finkelstein. Gerald de Malynes and Edward Misselden. The Learned Library of the Seventeenth-Century Merchant
  • Stephen Colclough. Procuring Books and Consuming Texts: The Reading Experience of a Sheffield Apprentice, 1798
  • James J. Barnes and Patience P. Barnes. Reassessing the Reputation of Thomas Tegg, London Publisher, 1776-1846
  • Simon Eliot. “Hotten: Rotten: Forgotten”?: An Apologia for a General Publisher
  • Julie F. Codell. Serialized Artists’ Biographies: A Culture Industry in Late Victorian Britain
  • Samantha Matthews. Psychological Crystal Palace?: Late Victorian Confession Albums
  • Bill Bell. Beyond the Death of the Author: Matthew Arnold’s Two Audiences 1888-1930
  • Peter France and Sian Reynolds. Nelson’s Victory: A Scottish Invasion of French Publishing 1910-1914
  • Erin A. Smith. How the Other Half Read: Advertising, Working-Class Readers, and Pulp Magazines
  • Ann Haugland. Book Propaganda: Edward L. Bernays’s 1930 Campaign Against Dollar Books
  • Trysh Travis. What We Talk About When We Talk About *The New Yorker*
  • Laura J. Miller. The Best Seller List as Marketing Tool and Historical Fiction
  • The State of the Discipline:
    Eike Barbara Durrfeld. Terra Incognita: Towards a Historiography of Book Fastenings and Book Furniture

Volume 04

  • John Barnard. London Publishing 1640-1660: Crisis, Continuity, and Innovation
  • Eugenia Roldan Vera. Reading in Questions and Answers: The Catechism as an Educational Genre in Early Independent Spanish America
  • Thomas J. Cragin. The Failings of Popular News Censorship in Nineteenth-Century France
  • Elaine Hoag. Caxtons of the North: Mid-Nineteenth Century Arctic Shipboard Printing
  • Helen Williams. Ringing the Bell: Editor-Reader Dialogue in Alexander Herzen’s *Kolokol*
  • Robert Darnton. Literary Surveillance in the British Raj: The Contradictions of Liberal Imperialism
  • Eric Lupfer. Before Nature Writing: Hougton, Mifflin and Company and the Invention of the Outdoor Book, 1880-1900
  • Troy Bassett and Christina M. Walter. Booksellers and Bestsellers: British Book Sales as Documented by *The Bookman*, 1891-1906
  • Matthew Skelton. The Paratext of Everything: Constructing and Marketing H. G. Wells’s *The Outline of History*
  • Chris Baggs. How Well Read Was My Valley? Reading, Popular Fiction, and the Miners of South Wales, 1875-1939
  • Rimi B. Chatterjee. Canon without Consensus: Rabindranath Tagore and “The Oxford Book of Bengali Verse”
  • The State of the Discipline:
    Paul Gutjahr. Sacred Texts in the United States