2 edition of Portrait of a publisher, 1915/1965 found in the catalog.
Portrait of a publisher, 1915/1965
Alfred A. Knopf
|Statement||with an introduction by Paul A. Bennett.|
|Series||Typophile chapbook -- no.42-43|
Its founding publisher was James King of William, and under his leadership and that of his successors, it gained a reputation as a reform newspaper. Fremont Older was appointed editor in and served until In , the name was changed to The Bulletin. Portrait of a Publisher (Alfred A. Knopf), New York, ILS Z K72 P85 Bewick, Thomas Woodcuts by Thomas Bewick and School. New York, ILS NE B57 A23 Blagden, Cyprian The Stationers' Company. London, ILS Z S78 B63 Brunner, Felix. Gibran Khalil Gibran. Un outsider nella letteratura americana Cinzia Mastrascusa La fortuna in Italia. La diffusione dell'opera letteraria di Gibran, collegata direttamente con la sua attività di pittore, si svolse, nell'ultimo decennio della sua vita e nel decennio successivo, grosso modo fra gli anni '20 e '40, in due aree specifiche: gli Stati Uniti per gli scritti in inglese, il Medio.
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