American Reference Books Annual 1995

Author: Bohdan S. Wynar
ISBN: 9781563081781
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Paperbound Books in Print: Including Mass Market, Paper, Trade, and Softcover
Titles. Fall 1994. New Providence, N.J., R. R. Bowker/Reed Reference Publishing
, 1994. 6v. index. $210.00/set; $389.00/yr (Spring & Fall issues). LC 71-649559.
ISBN 0-8352-3490-8. ISSN 0000-1031. Evidence of the growth and durability of
paperback book sales is readily apparent in the newest edition of Paperbound
Books in Print (PBIP). It is a guide to more than 500,000 currently available ...

Forthcoming Books

Author: R.R. Bowker Company
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19995 (0.5357.367.2.2) Bowker. – Paperbound Books in Print 1995. Fall, 6 vols.
Incl. Vol. 1. Paperbound Books in Print 1995. Oct. 1995 (0.8332-3631-5); Vol. 2,
Paperbound Books in Print 1995 Oct 1995 (0.8352-3632-3); Vol. 3. Paperbound
Books in Print 1995. Oct. 1995 (0.8352.3633-1); Vol. 4. Paperbound Books in
Print 1995. Oct. 1995. (0.8352-3634-X); Vol. 5. Paperbound Books in Print 1995.
Oct. 1995 (0.8352-3635-8); Vol. 6. Paperbound Books in Print 1995, 98.50p. Oct

Frankly My Dear

Author: Herb Bridges
Publisher: Mercer University Press
ISBN: 9780865544871
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Printed in the United States of America. First hardbound printing, fall 1986 First
paperbound printing, fall 1986 Second edition, first hardbound printing, October
1995 All items photographed for this book are from the collection of Herb Bridges
of Sharpsburg, Georgia. Photographs reproduced in black and white in this book,
unless otherwise noted, were made by Billy Grimes of Alpharetta, Georgia. The
photographs reproduced in color were made by Bill Manly of Macon, Georgia.

Radical History Review Volume 61 Winter 1995

Author: Calvin B. Holder
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521483728
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The slow death, from 1883 through 1913, of Frank Tousey's major dime novel
business, spurred by outrage at the deliberately amoral and transgressive
westerns he printed, offers the best example of this power in abuse and suggests
one compelling reason for the success of the pulp magazine. Where the dime
novels mainly printed complete installments of full-length novels in book form,
pulps concentrated on short stories and serial installments and were generally in
magazine ...