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Bibliographies - World Literature

Online: Fidel Fajardo-Acosta's World Literature - Author Anniversaries
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Germany buys back 1000-Year old Liesborn Gospels

Printing with movable types was only invented 500 years later, the Liesborn Gospel from the year 980, one of the oldest manuscripts still in private possession has now returned to its original place, the diocese of Münster in Germany after a 3Mill Euro investment by the German state and a number of regional trusts.
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History of Printing in Austria - Druckfrisch. Der Innsbrucker Wagner-Verlag und der Buchdruck in Tirol

375 years ago Michael Wagner, a printer from Augsburg in Germany, founded a publishing house in Innsbruck, Austria, which is still existing today: Universitätsverlag Wagner. To celebrate the 375th anniversary of the publisher the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum has organized an impressive exhibition from 13th June to 26th October, 2014, accompanied by an attractive programme with lectures, concerts, guided tours, a children's workshop, and a conference with leading Austrian and international scholars and scientists, among them ILAB Patron of Honour Murray G. Hall.
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Collecting Antarctica

Antarctica was the last continent to be discovered and explored, although its existence had been conjectured from ancient times. Captain James Cook was possibly the first to sight Antarctica, on his second voyage with the ships Resolution and Adventure in 1774, but the first recorded landing on the continent did not occur until over 120 years later, on Borchgrevink's British Antarctic Expedition. Captain Scott's two expeditions, and those of Shackleton, Amundsen, Mawson and others, soon followed in the early twentieth century and the spaces on the map were gradually filled in, and scientific work done, in the succeeding decades ...
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PODCAST: Interview with Canadian ILAB bookseller Adrian King Edwards in Montreal

Adrian King Edwards is the proprietor of The Word Bookstore near McGill University in Montreal; has been for more than 40 years.
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Sir David Attenborough appointed Patron of Honour by the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers

Sir David Attenborough, OM, CH, CVO, CBE, FRS, the British broadcaster and naturalist, has been appointed a Patron of Honour by the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). The appointment recognises his major interest in and contribution to the antiquarian book trade.
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