Print Areas: Book History in India
Swapan Chakravorty, Abhijit Gupta
Orient Blackswan, 2004 - Book industries and trade - 251 pages
This Pioneering Attempt To Bring Together The Work Of Leading Contemporary Academics In Relation To The Book In India Is A Much Welcome Effort.
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