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These title pages implicitly associate their advertised dramatists with companies and aristocratic or royal patrons, while also containing assertions of their dramatists' gentlemanly status or university education, suggesting an attempt to elevate the status of the playbooks through these connections.
The problems in the first case surround the title page; in the second case, the book consists of three separate editions; and in the third case, the same book was produced in different ways, either as a compilation of independent booklets or as a single, complete edition.
The intent of Adam Sedkheli, stated on the title page, is to save souls from destruction.
Brief Reports should not exceed 17,800 characters (including spaces), 2,500 words, or 10 pages (including title page, an abstract of no more than 80 words, references, and no more than one table and one figure).
Heyworth, the University of Toronto medievalist, had sent him the collation of a 1687 volume described in the 1956 catalogue of Folio Books, Oxford, whose title page listed no booksellers but specified that the books were "Printed and are to be sold by John Harefinch in Montague Court in Little Britain." (8) Neither Alderson nor any other scholar appears to know what became of this book.
All funding sources supporting the work should be acknowledged in a footnote on the title page. All affiliations with or financial involvement in any organization or entity with a direct financial interest in the subject matter or material of the research discussed (e.g., employment, consultancies, stock ownership, or other equity interest, patent-licensing arrangements) should be cited in a cover letter.
In the 1680s, 30 percent of the fiction published (forty-nine out of 164 titles) included the designation "novel" on the title page. In the 1750s, only 7 percent of the works published (twenty out of 299 titles) are labeled "novels" Most likely this is because of the shift in the definition of the term, pointed out by Edith Kern and others, from a short story derived from French nouvelles and Spanish novellas to a longer form more distinct to English literature.
Similar to the 1829 edition of hymns, "Peter Jones," along with his brother John, is listed as the translator on the English title page. Facing it, the Ojibwe title page credits the translation to "Kahkewaquonaby" and "Thayendanegen." In 1831 James Baxter printed an Ojibwe translation of St.
He used a picture of the Titan Atlas supporting the world on his shoulder printed on the title page.
The Raccolta di Scenari Piu scelti D'istrioni is, in fact, the only illustrated collection: each of its hundred scenarios is preceded by a hand-drawn, coloured title page depicting actors on one of a limited range of genre-specific single-perspective stages.
In his study of the title page of the fifth volume of Christoph Clavius's Opera mathematica, which occupies the first substantive chapter of the book, he exposes the true extent of the difficulty that Galileo Galilei faced in advocating the Copernican world-system in the 1610s.
Note that the title on the spine differs from the cover and title page.