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Print and power in France and England, 1500-1800 / [edited by] David Adams, Adrian Armstrong.

Aldershot, England ; Ashgate Pub., c2006.
Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., c2006.
Physical Description:
157 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Reference Library
Z305 .P77 2006 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Related Content:
Table of contents only
Includes bibliographical references (p. [135]-149) and index.
Subject Terms:
Books and reading -- Political aspects -- England -- History.
Books and reading -- Political aspects -- France -- History.
England -- Intellectual life.
France -- Intellectual life.
Literature and state -- England -- History.
Literature and state -- France -- History.
Power (Social sciences) -- England -- History.
Power (Social sciences) -- France -- History.
Publishers and publishing -- Political aspects -- England -- History.
Publishers and publishing -- Political aspects -- France -- History.
Adams, David, 1947-
Armstrong, Adrian.

  • Cosmetic surgery on Gaul : the printed reception of Burgundian writing in France before 1550 / Adrian Armstrong
  • Immanuel Tremellius' Latin Bible (1575-79) as a pillar of the Calvinist faith / Kenneth Austin
  • 'It was not mine intent to prostitute my muse in English' : academic publication in early modern England / Sarah Knight
  • 'Charity', social control and the history of English literary criticism / Lee Morrissey
  • Spreading the word : illustrated books as political propaganda in seventeenth-century France / Alison Saunders
  • Insinuation and instruction : public opinion in eighteenth-century 'letters to the printer'/ Ann C. Dean
  • Police and political pamphleteering in pre-revolutionary France : the testimony of J.-P. Lenoir, lieutenant-général of police of Paris / Simon Burrows
  • Fancy costume and political authority in the French Revolution / David Adams.