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Paper: An Elegy

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A witty and personal meditation on the history and meaning of paper during the (passing) era of its universal importance. As books, tickets and archives become digitised, the vitality of paper is beginning to disappear. This is both a cultural history and a series of reflections on paper's paradoxes, vulnerability and durability. Now in paperback.
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ISBN-13: 9780007480272
ISBN-10: 000748027X
Pagini: 230
Dimensiuni: 128 x 198 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.21 kg
Editura: HarperCollins Publishers

Notă biografică

Born in Essex, England, Ian Sansom is the author of the popular Mobile Library Mystery Series. He is also a frequent contributor and critic for The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The London Review of Books, and The Spectator. He is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4. He studied at both Oxford and Cambridge and is a former Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Currently, he teaches at the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at Queen's University in Belfast.

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'Engaging and dynamic' Andrew Martin, Financial Times 'Wonderfully diverting...Splendidly dense with fact and thought' Steven Poole, Times Literary Supplement 'Sansom's scholarship is prodigious; his enthusiasm inexhaustible...He can make one laugh out loud by his placing of a single word' Daily Telegraph 'A collection of ever so erudite, witty, chucklesome essays, rich with digressions and asides, on paper, in many of its guises, that seeks to refute - and does refute - the idea that we are moving towards a paperless world' Bookmunch