The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture

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Oxford University Press, 2011 - Books and reading - 716 pages
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From the early 16th century through to the later 17th, governments, institutions, and individuals learned to use cheaply-produced printed texts to inform, entertain, and persuade. This collection of essays examines the developing role of popular printed texts in the first two centuries of print in Britain and Ireland.

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