International Literary Market Place

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ISBN-10 0835240355
Release 1999
Pages 1503
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International Literary Market Place

International Literary Market Place Author Information Today Inc
ISBN-10 1573872911
Release 2007-08-01
Pages 1783
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Literary Market Place

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ISBN-10 UOM:39015054039105
Release 2003
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Literary Market Place

Literary Market Place Author Information Today Inc
ISBN-10 1573872555
Release 2006-10-01
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American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since 1900

American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since 1900 Author James L. W. West, III
ISBN-10 9780812204537
Release 2011-06-03
Pages 188
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This book examines literary authorship in the twentieth century and covers such topics as publishing, book distribution, the trade editor, the literary agent, the magazine market, subsidiary rights, and the blockbuster mentality.



International Literary Market Place

International Literary Market Place Author Sally Wecksler
ISBN-10 1573871273
Release 2002
Pages 1651
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Literary Market Place

Literary Market Place Author John Keith Hanrahan
ISBN-10 UCAL:B2895431
Release 1960
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The Manufacturers of Literature

The Manufacturers of Literature Author George Justice
ISBN-10 0874137500
Release 2002
Pages 281
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"The Manufacturers of Literature: Writing and the Literary Marketplace in Eighteenth-Century England explores transformations in literature over the course of the eighteenth century, focusing on detailed case studies of important writers and publishers, including Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, Alexander Pope, Samuel Johnson, the bookseller Robert Dodsley, and Frances Burney." "The book combines an examination of the network of material conditions of authorship and publishing during the century with literary readings in order to explore the mutually constitutive nature of literature, the material forces that influence its production, and the social world of readers."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved



Postcolonial Writers in the Global Literary Marketplace

Postcolonial Writers in the Global Literary Marketplace Author S. Brouillette
ISBN-10 9780230288171
Release 2007-05-16
Pages 206
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Combining analysis with detailed accounts of authors' careers and the global trade in literature, this book assesses how postcolonial writers respond to their own reception and niche positioning, parading their exotic otherness to metropolitan audiences, within a global marketplace.



Virginia Woolf and the Literary Marketplace

Virginia Woolf and the Literary Marketplace Author J. Dubino
ISBN-10 9780230114791
Release 2010-11-22
Pages 263
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These unique essays focus primarily on Woolf's non-fiction and considers her in the context of the modernist marketplace. With research based on new archival material, this volume makes important new contributions to the study of the 'gift economy.'



Literary Market Place 2017

Literary Market Place 2017 Author Karen DiDario
ISBN-10 1573875244
Release 2016
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Literary Market Place

Literary Market Place Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015046804194
Release 1999
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Popular History and the Literary Marketplace 1840 1920

Popular History and the Literary Marketplace  1840 1920 Author Gregory M. Pfitzer
ISBN-10 1558496254
Release 2008
Pages 469
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Prior to the mid-nineteenth century, most Americans "heard" rather than "read" national history. They absorbed lessons from the past more readily by attending Patriots' Day orations and anniversary commemorations than by reading expensive, multivolume works of patrician historians. By the 1840s, however, innovations in publishing led to the marketing of inexpensive, mass-produced "popular" histories that had a profound influence on historical literacy and learning in the United States. In this book, Gregory M. Pfitzer charts the rise and fall of this genre, demonstrating how and why it was born, flourished, and then became unpopular over time. Pfitzer begins by exploring how the emergence of a new literary marketplace in the mid-nineteenth century affected the study of history in America. Publishers of popular works hoped to benefit from economies of scale by selling large numbers of inexpensive books at small profit. They hired authors with substantial literary reputations to make the past accessible to middle-class readers. The ability to write effectively for wide audiences was the only qualification for those who dominated this field. Privileging narration and effusive literary style over dispassionate prose, these artists adapted their favorite fictional and poetic conventions with an ease that suggests the degree to which history was viewed as literary art in the nineteenth century. Beginning as a small cottage industry, popular histories sold in the hundreds of thousands by the 1890s. In an effort to illuminate the cultural conditions for this boom, Pfitzer focuses on the business of book making and book promotion. He analyzes the subscription sales techniques of book agents as well as the aggressive prepublication advertising campaigns of the publishers, including the pictorial embellishments they employed as marketing devices. He also examines the reactions of professional historians who rejected the fictionalizing and poetic tendencies of popular history, which they equated with loose and undisciplined scholarship. Pfitzer explains how and why these professionals succeeded in challenging the authority of popular histories, and what the subsequent "unpopularity of popular history" meant for book culture and the study of history in the twentieth century.



James Hogg and the Literary Marketplace

James Hogg and the Literary Marketplace Author Holly Faith Nelson
ISBN-10 9781351925754
Release 2016-12-14
Pages 278
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Responding to the resurgence of interest in the Scottish working-class writer James Hogg, Sharon Alker and Holly Faith Nelson offer the first edited collection devoted to an examination of the critical implications of his writings and their position in the Edinburgh and London literary marketplaces. Writing during a particularly complex time in Scottish literary history, Hogg, a working shepherd for much of his life, is seen to challenge many of the aesthetic conventions adopted by his contemporaries and to anticipate many of the concerns voiced in discussions of literature in recent years. While the essays privilege Hogg's primary texts and read them closely in their immediate cultural context, the volume's contributors also introduce relevant research on oral culture, nationalism, transnationalism, intertextuality, class, colonialism, empire, psychology, and aesthetics where they serve to illuminate Hogg's literary ingenuity as a working-class writer in Romantic Scotland.



Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace

Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace Author Charles Johanningsmeier
ISBN-10 0521520185
Release 2002-07-04
Pages 300
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The first full-length study of the role of syndicates in the publishing history of nineteenth-century America.



The literary market place

The literary market place Author John Keith Hanrahan
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105126611818
Release 1946
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Nabokov and his Books

Nabokov and his Books Author Duncan White
ISBN-10 9780191081880
Release 2017-03-02
Pages 256
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At the outbreak of the Second World War Vladimir Nabokov stood on the brink of losing everything all over again. The reputation he had built as the pre-eminent Russian novelist in exile was imperilled. In Nabokov and his Books, Duncan White shows how Nabokov went to America and not only reinvented himself as an American writer but also used the success of Lolita to rescue those Russian books that had been threatened by obscurity. Using previously unpublished and neglected material, White tells the story of Nabokov the professional writer and how he sought to balance his late modernist aesthetics with the demands of a booming American literary marketplace. As Nabokov's reputation grew so he took greater and greater control of how his books were produced, making the material form of the book—including forewords, blurbs, covers—part of the novel. In his later novels, including Pale Fire, Ada, and Transparent Things, the idea of the novelist losing control of his work became the subject of the novels themselves. These plots were replicated in Nabokov's own biography, as he discovered his inability to control the forces the market success of Lolita had unleashed. With new insights into Nabokov's life and work, this book reconceptualises the way we think about one of the most important and influential novelists of the twentieth century.