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245 00 Paper, ink, and achievement :|bGabriel Hornstein and the 
       revival of eighteenth-century scholarship /|cedited by 
       Kevin L. Cope and Cedric D. Reverand II 
264  1 Lewisburg, Pennsylvania :|bBucknell University Press,
300    xii, 225 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  pt. I. On Publishing -- 1. Raising the Price of Literature
       : The Benefactions of William Strahan and Bennett Cerf / 
       J. T. Scanlan -- 2. Eighteenth-Century Publishers and the 
       Creation of a Fiction Canon / Leah Orr -- 3. Elizabeth 
       Sadleir, Master Printer and Publisher in Dublin, 1715-1727
       / James E. May -- pt. II. Neglected Authors -- 4. Ihara 
       Saikaku and the Cash Nexus in Edo-Era Osaka / Susan 
       Spencer -- 5. Frances Brooke's Rosina: Subverting 
       Sentimentalism / Linda V. Troost -- 6. Pope's An Epistle 
       to Dr. Arbuthnot and Justius Lipsius: Sources and Images 
       of the Writer / Manuel Schonhorn -- pt. III. Re-evaluating
       Literary Modes -- 7. When Worlds Collide: Anti-Methodist 
       Literature and the Rise of Popular Literary Criticism in 
       the Critical Review and the Monthly Review / Brett C. 
       McInelly -- 8. Swift, Dryden, Virgil, and Theories of Epic
       in Swift's A Description of a City Shower / David Venturo 
       -- 9. Tension, Contraries, and Blake's Augustan Values / 
       Philip Smallwood 
520    "During his forty-two years as president of AMS Press, 
       Gabriel Hornstein quietly sponsored and stimulated the 
       revival of "long" eighteenth-century studies. Whether by 
       reanimating long-running research publications; by 
       creating scholarly journals; or by converting daring ideas
       into lauded books, "Gabe" initiated a golden age of 
       Enlightenment scholarship. This understated publishing 
       magnate created a global audience for a research specialty
       that many scholars dismissed as antiquarianism. Paper, Ink,
       and Achievement finds in the career of this impresario a 
       vantage point on the modern study of the Enlightenment. An
       introduction discusses Hornstein's life and achievements, 
       revealing the breadth of his influence on our 
       understanding of the early days of modernity. Three sets 
       of essays open perspectives on the business of long-
       eighteenth-century studies: on the role of publishers, 
       printers, and bibliophiles in manufacturing cultural 
       legacies; on authors whose standing has been made or 
       eclipsed by the book culture; and on literary modes that 
       have defined, delimited, or directed Enlightenment 
       studies"--|cProvided by publisher 
600 10 Hornstein, Gabriel,|d1935-2017 
650  0 English literature|y18th century|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 Scholarly publishing|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th century
650  0 Enlightenment 
651  0 England|xIntellectual life|y18th century 
700 1  Hornstein, Gabriel,|d1935-2017.|ehonouree 
700 1  Cope, Kevin Lee,|eeditor 
700 1  Reverand, Cedric D.,|eeditor 
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