By Gina Dahl
In the course of contemporary many years a lot has been written approximately early sleek e-book distribution, yet previously Norway has been absent from the dialogue. Drawing on publication listings, this learn seeks to fill this lacuna via exploring the marketplace for books in early sleek Norway. Its procedure is multifaceted: attention of the categories of books accessed through various components of Norwegian society is decided along advancements in the ebook marketplace itself, equivalent to the prolonged lifetime of well known books, the sluggish substitute of Latin via the vernacular and the increase within the eighteenth century within the variety of books on the market. The learn demonstrates the internationality of the Norwegian e-book industry whereas acknowledging particular styles that be sure its Norwegian personality.
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Books in Early Modern Norway (Library of the Written Word: the Handpress World 11) by Gina Dahl