Folk in Print: Scotland's Chapbook Heritage, 1750-1850
John Donald, 2007 - 438 pages
Though they represent a great unmined treasure-trove of history, literature and popular culture, chapbooks have been incomprehensibly and disgracefully ignored. This title presents a study of this form of publication.
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