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Toronto in Print: A Celebration of 200 Years of the Printing Press in Toronto 1798-1998, by Sandra Alston and Patricia Fleming
Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada. Cahiers de la Societe bibliographique du Canada. Bibliographical Society of Canada
64 Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 37/2 rather than the articles -Reed has aimed for a higher level of precision in such calculations. Thus armed, he is able to trace both the "macrocosmic shifts" in the magazine inidustry's most successful titles -which he is reluctant to attribute to the incisive vision of particular editors and publishers -and the more subtle, microcosmic content changes manifested in specific titles. Although this leads him to lard his text with a sometimesdoi:10.33137/pbsc.v37i2.18126 fatcat:a5bllm26oze3bmhiq22nsw7qga