The Book: A Global History [Michael F. Suarez S.J., H. R. Woudhuysen] on predogtasmist.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A concise edition of the highly. The Book. A Global History. Edited by Michael F. Suarez, S.J. and H. R. Woudhuysen. Concise edition of the highly acclaimed Oxford Companion to the Book.
In Hockey, Hardy and Holman offer a comprehensive and engaging history of the fastest game from its origins in a series of stick based contests, including early hockey, bandy, and polo through to the development of our contemporary commercial hockey best exhibited by the NHL and KHL.
Their work offers an innovative periodization that gives order to the tensions and contradictions inherent in the disorderly expansion and contraction of the global game. They chose to concentrate on the convergences and divergences of the hockey world beginning with the codification and spread of the Montreal game in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Their second section addresses the expansion of hockey beyond Montreal throughout the rest of Canada, the northern US, and Europe.
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Matthew Jenkins rated it really liked it Jun 01, The Book : A Global History. A concise edition of the highly acclaimed Oxford Companion to the Book, this book features the 51 articles from the Companion plus 3 brand new chapters in an affordable format! For all that he fully acknowledges non-literate peoples have complex, sophisticated modes of abstract thought, he is drawn primarily to comparisons between the classical philosophies, the ancient literary traditions of China, India and Greece and their modern successors. Suarez S.
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Rene Submissions. One can argue that Greece has a couple of chapters, since there is a chapter on The ancient book in part 1. To find out about a particular country, covered by the chapters on regions, one must skim the relevant chapter, since the index does not include entries for countries.
frinnismusurple.tk This seems a little short-sighted, but I suppose OUP thought that the contents list would suffice. Thus, to find out about Bulgaria, I had to locate the chapter on the Balkans and find the information on Bulgaria there, and I suspect that the specialist in Bulgarian book history would find the less than twenty lines allocated to the country rather skimpy. This is inevitable, of course, since to expand every regional chapter to separate country chapters would mean that one had a book the size of the Companion and the associated price.
A number of the chapters were of special interest to me, either because of personal interest or current research. For example, I am currently involved into research on e-books in Sweden.
So, naturally, the chapter on the e-book, in Part 1 and The history of the book in the Nordic countries were of particular interest. The electronic book , is an excellent introduction to the subject, from an historical perspective.
The authors, Eileen Gardiner and Ronald G. In their conclusion, the authors note that the e-book has now been around for a couple of decades, and that the electronic realm is firmly rooted.
What direction this firmly rooted phenomenon will take in the future, however, is rather uncertain. The chapter on The history of the book in the Nordic countries is not divided geographically, which is probably very sensible, given the historical interrelationships among them, but chronological, with sections on the Middle Ages, to and to