But even B.G., the rise of the big book already seemed a central fact of modern publishing.
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Bertram Grosvenor [grohv-ner,, groh-vuh-] /ˈgroʊv nər,, ˈgroʊ və-/ (Show IPA), 1869–1924, U.S. architect. Historical Examples Lambert and Goodhue found him as he crowded with the rest through the little door. The Guarded Heights Wadsworth Camp Goodhue acknowledged that his opinions had changed since that. Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson Thomas […]
Barthold Georg [bahr-tawlt gey-awrk] /ˈbɑr tɔlt geɪˈɔrk/ (Show IPA), 1776–1831, German historian. Reinhold [rahyn-hohld] /ˈraɪn hoʊld/ (Show IPA), 1892–1971, U.S. theologian and philosopher. Contemporary Examples In a cage-match between nihilism and Niebuhr, who would you bet on? Is Obama Too Thoughtful? Michael Signer February 12, 2010 Niebuhr “played by the rules” by affirming American exceptionalism, […]
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Betsy Griscom [gris-kuh m] /ˈgrɪs kəm/ (Show IPA), 1752–1836, maker of the first U.S. flag. Harold Wallace, 1892–1951, U.S. publisher and editor. Sir James Clark, 1800–62, English navigator: explorer of the Arctic and the Antarctic. his uncle, Sir John, 1777–1856, Scottish naval officer and arctic explorer. John (CoowescooweorKooweskoowe) 1790–1866, Cherokee leader. Nellie Tayloe [tey-loh] /ˈteɪ […]
Baldassare [bahl-dahs-sah-re] /ˌbɑl dɑsˈsɑ rɛ/ (Show IPA), (I”Il Buranello”) 1706–85, Italian composer. Historical Examples She made her first appearance when seventeen years old at the theatre of Lucca, in Galuppi’s opera, “Sofonisba.” Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday Henry C. Lahee But the music was not all to the tune of “A Toccata of Galuppi’s.” […]