1 edition of Some quaint old title pages worth perusal and consideration. found in the catalog.
Some quaint old title pages worth perusal and consideration.
Written in English
Extracted from the Artist, May 1899.
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The Frontmatter are the pages at the beginning of a book before the body of the book. These pages are traditionally numbered with lowercase roman numerals. Half title Page—Sometimes called the Bastard Title. This page contains only the title of the book and is the first page you see when opening the cover. This book is geared toward one- to three-year-olds, and I have enclosed my manuscript for your perusal. I believe that Children’s House Publishing would be the best publishing house for this type of story because of your focus on books that help children who want to grow up too quickly.
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With Some of His Studies and Sketches. Joseph Wolf. Some Quaint Old Title-Pages Worth Perusal and Consideration, Both for Subject, Allusion and Design. Some Quaint Old Title-Pages Worth Perusal and Consideration, Both for Subject, Allusion and Design (pp.
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Some consider the title page one of the least. This sort of thing can help "sell" your book to your reader. Similarly, you might use a subtitle as a stylistic choice. This choice perhaps isn't as common nowadays, but it is still one academics make. Books come out all the time with subtitles.
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Yesterday, we came across this awesome piece that Book Riot did of 5 classic books with awful original titles (CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT FAULKNER'S THE SOUND AND THE FURY WAS ORIGINALLY NAMED TWILIGHT?!THIS MIGHT BE A VERY DIFFERENT WORLD IF THAT HAD ACTUALLY HAPPENED), and that got us thinking: what other working book titles did classic books.
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If you don't find the book or author you're looking for in the first page of results the chances are it's because it is not one that we have featured. The Online Books Page TITLES. Browse by First Letter Select the first letter of the title: "A", and "An" can be omitted) For more search options, and help, see the search page.
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Working titles are often changed in the end anyway, but I’d still like to have a good one. It affects the way I think of the book as I’m writing it. And if it’s really good, it might stick around all the way to the end.
In an attempt to unblock my title impasse, I decided to make a list of all of my favorite book titles. Without a book title, your book can't exist. Having a title in place before you start writing can help inform or reinforce your themes and motifs as you plan your novel.
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Quite a droll little book; to think a year old Washington, even with the consideration of how important manners and overall decorum were in the 18th century (and to a lesser extent, today), is an amusing notion.
Many of the 'rules' are still applicable today. Worth a read if one has a spare 15 minutes/5(). In some ways scribbling words on flyleaves and title pages has more in common with running for office than writing books.
Among other things. inscribed -- a book, or other printed piece, with a handwritten and signed statement usually written for a specific named person(s) and often located on the end paper or title page; when "inscribed" is used to describe a book, unless otherwise stated, it is implied that the author has written the used to designate the recipients of a book as a gift from the author (or.
First published inthis remarkable book about life in a small turn-of-the-century Wisconsin town has become a cult classic. Lesy has collected and arranged photographs taken between and by a Black River Falls photographer, Charles Van Schaik.4/5().Remember, a book’s title is not only the first thing a reader hears about your book, it’s the one piece of information that a reader has that leads them back to the book itself.
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Always look first for a page that has both the title and publication information on it. The title on the cover of a book sometimes differs from the title on the title page. Don’t get in a hurry and copy the title from the cover.