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Interview with Michael Witmore, Director of the Folger Shakespeare Library

The Collation, the blog of the Folger Shakespeare Library, has inaugurated a series of interviews with the Folger staff. The first interview introduces the director Michael Witmore.
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Bibliographies - German Literature

Online: Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach (DLA) - Marbach archive for German literature - Woman Literature in Germany 1700 - 1900
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The new Plantin-Moretus Museum in Antwerp – “The Book is Central”

On 30 September 2016, one of the most treasured places for printing history and the history of the book re-opened after extensive renovations, the new Plantin-Moretus Museum. Various festivities accompanied the opening on three consecutive days and invited the public to take part in the fascinating history of the museum.
The new museum takes the visitor on a unique journey of the life and legacy of the publisher Christoffel Plantin and his inlaws Moretus whose achievements had put Antwerp on the map. The biggest authors and scientists of their time found their way to Antwerp's Vrijdagmarkt and Plantin was able to spread their ideas throughout the world.
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100 Years - 100 Books: High Spots of Collectible Children's Books from 1863-1963

The world of collectible children's books has come of age. Although children's books have always been collected, it is only within the last ten years that they have blasted into the consciousness of the book collecting world in general and even into the minds of the non collecting public. It now goes without saying that great first edition collections should also include firsts of classic children's literature as well ...
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