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In contrast, the two prose prefatory essays to CHT foreground and accept the relationship between the folio and the book trade.
Following the prefatory miniatures, Stahl lists but does not illustrate the calendar (ff.
The prefatory chapters also point out the connections between the plays revealing the cohesiveness of this anthology.
He also provides insights into the complex, ever-changing intersection between prefatory or dedicatory material and advertizing, which generally follows the age-old strategy of praising one's own product while insulting one's competitors.
Herendeen notes, is begun by a text's prefatory material, and it expands on Loewenstein's theory of possessive authorship to suggest another way in which Jonson's idealized reader and his self-constructed literary persona interact with and depend upon one another.
One plunges right into the poem (presented in original spelling), with neither prefatory material nor, more unusually, intervening dedication or prefatory letter from the publisher.
The fourth chapter moves beyond prefatory material to examine the narratives themselves.
With more in-depth prefatory material, these stories would have felt more like they belonged together, and No Margins would have been elevated from a gathering of great writing to an excellent anthology.
Q:] A poet gives a reading of his new experimental work, which surges past the cultural need for narrative or indeed form of any kind whatsoever, and approaches, as he says eloquently in his prefatory remarks, pure poetry, which does not need words, nor music, nor the usual culturally fascist insistence on sense or story.
According to the translator's prefatory epistle, he anticipated a readership drawn especially from the 'gentilz hommes et dames vivans noblement en leurs mesnages aux chammpz' (p.
A nameless fictional "editor" reports in a prefatory essay that he has discovered a mysterious old, unattributed manuscript dating, he believes, from early Renaissance Italy and whose curious nature and sensational story has motivated him to edit and publish it.