Stories

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How one man made Wales one of the most literate countries in Europe: the extraordinary sto…
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Republic of Letters: Correspondence between Intellectuals in Renaissance and Early Modern …
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Gem of illuminated manuscripts collection: Great Canterbury Psalter from BnF
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Private and Public Letters
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Before Braille: raised type in Europe
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Romanticism and the Invention of Tradition: Iolo Morganwg and James MacPherson
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Street Literature: Welsh Almanacs
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Babylonian Language Confusion - Ljubomir Micić and Yugoslav avant-garde movement
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The Traveller - story of Milorad Rajčević
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To my Friend, who, on the Stormy Seas, will expose himself to Dangers - the album amicorum…
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Born to be Forgotten - the story of Božidar Knežević
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An international news medium - the European dissemination of 17th century Dutch Newspapers
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Catchpenny prints in The Netherlands
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‘In the Album of a Girl’
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Chapbooks
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Paul Du Chaillu
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The Trailblazer
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Madame de Staël (1766-1817)
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Camille Flammarion
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Lighting the Way
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The Sinking of the Titanic
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The Place of Literature in the World of Newspapers
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Emile Zola
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Europe’s First Printed Book