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CEOffice of Conservation and Renewable Energy (US Department of Energy)
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CEColegio Cabaña Escondida (Guatemalan school)
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I present it, unaltered, in the Cheap Edition; and such of my opinions as it expresses, are quite unaltered too.
Cather later said that Houghton Mifflin had acted "without (her] consent, but eventually decided that this was not good policy and took the cheap edition off the market" (WC to Hench, 16 May 1940).
The reason this might have been a particularly interesting example to conclude with is that the publishers included a two-page preface to justify their actions: The Importers of this cheap edition ...
Cather's first Knopf book, Youth and the Bright Medusa (1920), was the first of her books to be issued in a cheap edition, the Borzoi Pocket Book series in 1925.
The 1842 cheap edition of Strauss' Life of Jesus brought threats of legal action: not so the more expensive 1846 translation by George Eliot.
As early as 1847 he helped to conceive his frankly named Cheap Edition; his "Address" or preface for it took an entrepreneurial posture while intimating that its more affordable price--made feasible by recent technology--had a "political" or demotic motive too.
Butler and Hunter suggest that today's classroom edition can have the cultural potency of yesterday's "cheap edition"; in our current financial mess, the embedded challenge to expensive eclectic editing is, to say the least, interesting.
Slater's preface reveals that the texts in this volume, and in the forthcoming volumes, are silently regularized texts from the 1868 Charles Dickens edition, though in his introduction he acknowledges that this 1868 edition merely "reprinted the text established in the 1850 Cheap Edition." The end result is that readers get a very late version, filtered through approximately thirty years' worth of regularizations, house stylings, and typesetter's errors, of Dickens' first book.
The burning question left unanswered in Cheap Modernism, however, regards the readers of these cheap editions. Who was part of this wider public?
I discovered Xun's work at my local library, in cheap editions published by Beijing's Foreign Languages Press, in translations by the redoubtable Yangs (Gladys and Xianyi).
Tetreault, then, asks us to consider if enterprising publishers like Galignani, who challenged the complacency and elitism of the London cartel by printing affordable editions of these living poets, are justifiably referred to as "pirates" or if they were not actually performing a great service not only to readers, who were naturally grateful for the cheap editions, but, in the long run, to authors as well.