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By Jason D. Ensor

ISBN-10: 0857285661

ISBN-13: 9780857285669

ISBN-10: 1783080582

ISBN-13: 9781783080588

‘Angus & Robertson and the British alternate in Australian Books, 1930–1970’ strains the historical past of the broadcast ebook in Australia, really the construction and company context that mediated Australia’s literary and cultural ties to Britain for a lot of the 20 th century. This research specializes in the London operations of 1 of Australia’s optimum ebook publishers of the 20 th century: Angus & Robertson. The booklet argues that regardless of the most obvious barriers of a British-dominated industry, Australian publishers had room to manoeuvre in it. It questions the ways that Angus & Robertson replicated, challenged or reworked the usually hugely criticised advertisement practices of British publishers to be able to enhance an export exchange for Australian books within the uk. This booklet is the reply to the present void within the literary marketplace for a considerable heritage of Australia’s biggest writer and its position within the improvement of Australia’s export booklet trade.

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