volume 37, issue 3, P175-177 2007
DOI: 10.1163/157006907x244474
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Abstract: It is hardly surprising that the creative input of the writer occupies a fundamental place in the book-historical communication circuit that has become known as Darnton's model. In that model, the writer stands next to, or rather immediately before the publisher. Yet for a long time the writer was an underexamined link in this chain. It was Roger Chartier -amongst others -who drew attention to this blind spot in his L'Ordre des livres (1992). In book-historical research the writer is important for several rea…

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