Publishing Policies and Family Strategies: The Fortunes of a Dutch Publishing House in the 18th and Early 19th Centuries (Library of the Written Word: The Handpress World, 24)

Arianne Baggerman

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Synopsis: This study analyses the development of the Dutch publishers and booksellers firm Blussť in connection with the history of the Blussť family between 1745 and 1830. The book offers new insight in the organization of the book trade, the theory and practice of copyright, competition and cooperation among publishers, book prices and print runs, including advertising and marketing. The history of the company is linked with that of the family, using letters and other autobiographical writings. Education, marriage policies, reading practices are among the subjects studied. Within the context of cultural developments, the influence of the Enlightenment, and the political upheavals in the period in the Netherlands, this book is both a detailed book history and a broadly based study of cultural change in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

About the Author: Arianne Baggerman teaches history at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and holds the Tiele chair in the history of the book at the University of Amsterdam. She published about several aspects of book history. She directed a research project on the development of autobiographical writing in the 18th and 19th centuries. She co-authored Child of the Enlightenment: Revolutionary Europe Reflected in a Boyhood Diary (Brill 2009) and co-edited Controlling Time and Shaping the Self (Brill 2011).

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