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Print in the Indian subcontinent
This book brings together over three decades of research by one of the foremost historians and bibliographers of South Asian printing. With thirty newly revised and updated essays, Impressions of the past argues for rigorous groundwork in book history and typographic research in various languages and scripts of the Indian subcontinent. Profusely illustrated with specimens of early imprints, the volume is not only a summation of Graham Shaw’s long engagement with research in the field, it also constitutes a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in the history of South Asian print cultures.
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276×210 mm. Colour illustrations