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With reference to modern books, “colophon” has come to mean, usually, the publisher’s emblem, such as a torch (Harper), an owl (Holt), or a ship (Viking). book history studies: Investigations of all the factors involved in the production, distribution, and reception of recorded texts. Separate stages in this process—especially with reference to literary texts—had for many centuries been subjects of inquiry; but as a defined, systematic, and widely recognized study of the overall process, book history did not emerge until the 1980s.
Byron uses anticlimax to deflate the wouldbe gallantry of Juan’s father: A better cavalier ne’er mounted horse, Or, being mounted, e’er got down again. battle rapping: 271. beast fable: 9. Beat writers: Beat writers identifies a loose-knit group of poets and novelists, in the second half of the 1950s and early 1960s, who shared a set of social attitudes—antiestablishment, antipolitical, anti-intellectual, opposed to the prevailing cultural, literary, and moral values, and in favor of unfettered selfrealization and self-expression.