Literary Victorian Criticism

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By G. Partington,A. Smyth

This wealthy and sundry number of essays through students and interviews with artists ways the fraught subject of ebook destruction from a brand new attitude, taking off another historical past of the slicing, burning, pulping, defacing and tearing of books from the medieval interval to our personal age.

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