By Fudge, J.D.
Concentrating on print tradition and hyperlinks among propagandists, typographers, and northerly Europe's service provider milieu, this booklet investigates dispersal and suppression of non secular innovation within the 152s and expands the interpretative scope for Reformation reviews past nationwide, political, or non secular contexts.
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Schmitz, “Der Kölner Buchdruck,” and “Daten Buchdruck,” in Chronik zur Geschichte der Stadt Köln, ed. P. Fuchs (Cologne, 1991), 2: 32–39; 500 Jahre Buch und Zeitung in Köln: Ausstellung, vor allem aus den Beständen der Universitäts- und Stadtbibliothek, veranstaltet von der Stadt Köln (Cologne, 1965), 33; R. Hirsch, Printing, Selling and Reading 1450–1550 (Wiesbaden, 1967), 88–90 and “Bulla super impressione librorum, 1515,” GJB (1973), 248–51; Thompson, Book Fair, 103. In Cologne the 1501 edict drew the ire of at least fourteen booksellers.
P. Christianson, “Paternoster Row and the Tudor Book-Trade Community,” The Library, 6th series, 11 (1989), 352–56 and “The Rise of London’s Book Trade,” in The Cambridge History of the Book in England, vol. 3, ed. L. B. Trapp (Cambridge, 1999), 128–47. commerce, books, and decrees 27 the jurisdiction of London courts. 33 In some parts of the kingdom illegal vernacular Bibles circulated in manuscript, part of a legacy of religious nonconformity dating to John Wycliﬀe. Scripture-based Lollardy had long been the principal challenge to the established Church in England, but diﬀusion of Bibles and Lollard tracts does not appear to have been extensive, and in any event not dependent on printing presses.
Kirchhoﬀ, “Ein etwas räthselhaftes Document,” AGDB 10 (1886), 9–26; P. Jeannin, “The Sea-borne and the Overland Trade Routes of Northern Europe in the XVI and XVII Centuries,” Journal of European Economic History 11 (1982), 28–29. W. , The Frankfort Book Fair (Chicago, 1911), 20–54, 77; A. Dietz, Frankfurter Handelsgeschichte (Frankfurt, 1921), 3: 8–12. commerce, books, and decrees 31 however with few exceptions some risk was involved for printers or publishers who, on their own initiative, underwrote something new.
Commerce and Print in the Early Reformation (The Northern World) by Fudge, J.D.