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Printers and Stationers in Early Modern Writing
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.2371  Tuesday, 03 December 2002

From:           David Evett <
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Date:           Monday, 2 Dec 2002 23:10:34 -0500
Subject:        Printers and Stationers in Early Modern Writing

I'm forwarding this from the H-ALBION list, supposing that our group
might be able to respond.

Dave Evett

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Subject: Printers in 17th century literature

Date:         Wed, 27 Nov 2002 14:20:14 -0000
From:         
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  (Benjamin Annis)

Hello All

I am interested in representations of Printers and Stationers in English
seventeenth century literature (both elite and popular) Can anybody
point me in the right direction? I am particularly interested in
stereotypes found in Ballads and Chapbooks. All I have been able to find
so far has been Ben Jonson's Masque 'News from the New World Discovered
in the Moon'.

Cheers.
Ben Annis.

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