Caxton's own prose, hardcover, Good, A good, clean, copy.
ISBN-13: 978-0233964751. Caxton's own prose, hardcover, Good, A good, clean, copy.
Caxton's own prose, hardcover, Good, A good, clean, copy. Blake, William Caxton. Caxton: The Description of Britain: A Modern Rendering. ISBN13: 9780233964751. Release Date: January 1973. The Voyage of Saint Brendan: Modern Spelling Version. William Caxton, Simon Webb. Caxton's Book of Curtesye.
0233964754 (ISBN13: 9780233964751).
George Painter, William Caxton: A Quincentenary Biography of England’s First Printer (London, 1976). Edwards, Vincent Gillespie and Ralph Hanna (London: The British Library, 2000), pp. 135-153.
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William Caxton (c. 1422 – c. 1491) was an English merchant, diplomat, and writer. He is thought to be the first person to introduce a printing press into England, in 1476, and as a printer was the first English retailer of printed books. Neither his parentage nor date of birth is known for certain, but he may have been born between 1415 and 1424, perhaps in the Weald or wood land of Kent, perhaps in Hadlow or Tenterden. In 1438 he was apprenticed to Robert Large, a wealthy London silk mercer.
Caxton : England's first publisher. Caxton : England's first publisher. by. Blake, N. F. (Norman Francis).
Russell Ruther SP 84 87 Caxton & literary patronage
Blake (e., Caxton's own prose Andre Deutsch 73N. Blake, Caxton: England's first publisher Osprey 76D. Bornstein ES 57 76 Caxton's chiv. romances & Burgundian renaiss. Russell Ruther SP 84 87 Caxton & literary patronage. N. Blake, Caxton & Eng. literary culture (repr. essays) Hambledon 91. W. Kretzschmar JEGP 91 92 Caxton's sense of history. Carol Meale Library 6th ser 14 92 Caxton, De Worde, & the publication of romance in late med. England. Blake, Caxton Variorum 96. S. Powell JEBS 1 97 What Caxton did to the Festial.
Bibliography Blake, N. Caxton and His World. London: Andre Deutsch, 1969. Buhler, Curt Ferdinand.
Biographical Information William Caxtons date of birth is not known for certain. It is assumed to be close to 1415. To keep the presses working may have appeared more important than a finely wrought phrase (Blake 126). Bibliography Blake, N.