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Books & Magazines May, 29 2009

The Late Age of Print: Everyday Book Culture from Consumerism to Control

In The Late Age of Print, Ted Striphas argues that despite technological advance and new media the printed word is still a major part of everyday life. He supports his thesis through trade manuals and journals, advertisements and more. In the end, it is his belief that books are anything but dead.

Striphas’ book (proving again that books aren’t dead) is out from Columbia University Press.

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