The British Library general catalogue of printed books to 1975 , London , Clive
Bingley , 360 vol , 1980-1985 . It is a cumulation of the following : British Museum general catalogue of printed books , 1959-66 , 263 vol . First supplement ( 10 ...
Author: Krishan Kumar
Publisher: Vikas Publishing House
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Fifth edition has been thoroughly revised and updated keeping in view the new developments and appearance of new significant reference sources. Some new readings have also been added to bring further readings. This work not only describes the various aspects of reference service such as functions, methods, principles theories, practices, problems, but also provides an overview of available significant reference books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, yearbooks, bibliographies, union catalogues, almanacs, directories, etc.
The British Library has published every year since its formation an Annual Report
( sixth , for 1978/79 , issued 1979 ) [ Z792.B593a ) . B - 41 British Library General Catalogue of Printed Books to 1975 ( BLC ) . 360 volumes . London : Bingley ...
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little doubt that this ambitious publishing project will result in a most valuable tool
British Library . Dept. of Printed Books . The British Library General Catalogue of Printed Books to 1975. London : C. Bingley , 1978-87 . British Library . Dept. of Printed Books . The British Library General Catalogue of Printed Books 1976 to ...
Author: Robin Healey
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This bibliography lists English-language translations of twentieth-century Italian literature published chiefly in book form between 1929 and 1997, encompassing fiction, poetry, plays, screenplays, librettos, journals and diaries, and correspondence.
Author: Delia da Sousa CorreaPublish On: 2005-08-04
books, pamphlets and other items that have not been widely circulated or
collected. Perhaps the most valuable are The British Library General Catalogue
of Printed Books to 1975 (London: Bingley/K.G. Saur, 1979-1988) and The British
Author: Delia da Sousa Correa
Category: Literary Criticism
A Handbook to Literary Research is a vital, one of a kind student resource, which has been written specifically for those embarking on a Masters degree in Literature. It provides an introduction to research techniques, methodologies and information sources relevant to the study of literature at postgraduate level. The unique and invaluable guide is divided into four sections: * a practical guide to the uses of research libraries, research sources and computers, including the Internet * an introduction to the work of textual scholars and bibliographers, focusing particularly on the practical and theoretical issues faced by textual editors * an overview of literary research and literary theory, including outlines of feminist theory, deconstruction, reader-response and reception theory, new historicism, and post-colonial theory * a detailed guide on how to write and present a Masters, including a glossary and checklist for finding guides, reference books and other study sources.
The first comprehensive history of a world-renowned repository of knowledge and scholarship, this volume deals primarily with the growth of the library's collections, their cataloguing, and the reading rooms in which they are housed.
Author: Philip Rowland Harris
Publisher: British Library Board
The first comprehensive history of a world-renowned repository of knowledge and scholarship, this volume deals primarily with the growth of the library's collections, their cataloguing, and the reading rooms in which they are housed. The appendices includes a list of some of the better known persons who have used the reading rooms. 100 illustrations.
This book sets a new standard as a work of reference.
Author: Christopher Wright
Publisher: Yale University Press
This book sets a new standard as a work of reference. It covers British and Irish art in public collections from the beginning of the sixteenth century to the end of the nineteenth, and it encompasses nearly 9,000 painters and 90,000 paintings in more than 1,700 separate collections. The book includes as well pictures that are now lost, some as a consequence of the Second World War and others because of de-accessioning, mostly from 1950 to about 1975 when Victorian art was out of fashion. By listing many tens of thousands of previously unpublished works, including around 13,000 which do not yet have any form of attribution, this book becomes a unique and indispensable work of reference, one that will transform the study of British and Irish painting.