serial publication

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Noun1.serial publication - a periodical that appears at scheduled times
instalment, installment - a part of a published serial
periodical - a publication that appears at fixed intervals
semiweekly - a periodical that is published twice each week (or 104 issues per year)
weekly - a periodical that is published every week (or 52 issues per year)
semimonthly - a periodical that is published twice each month (or 24 issues per year)
monthly - a periodical that is published every month (or 12 issues per year)
quarterly - a periodical that is published every quarter (or four issues per year)
bimonthly - a periodical that is published twice a month or every two months (either 24 or 6 issues per year)
biweekly - a periodical that is published twice a week or every two weeks (either 104 or 26 issues per year)
issue, number - one of a series published periodically; "she found an old issue of the magazine in her dentist's waiting room"
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On one hand, serial publication is structured by a drive for novelty, in which the new replaces the old; on the other, this newness is always tempered by things from the past.
10) In addition, as Brian Maidment argues in this volume, serial publication of song books leads us to question what exactly defines a periodical, a periodical poem, and indeed the very origins of Victorian periodical poetry.
The serial publication of his views of the Seine was then nearing completion, and he presumably still hoped to extend the project to include other great European rivers, such as the Rhine.
To assess the problems confronting the academic staff in the use of the serial publication, and
However, the length of such Victorian novels was the result of serial publication, which provided readers with more regular doses of suspense than Drood does.
The Melanges is a new serial publication begun on the 175th anniversary of the Conservatoire royal.
With the publication of Chance, Conrad moved into a new phase of his career, but I would argue that he nevertheless sustained in his later novels the critique of serial publication established during Chance's revision from serial to book.
This time however the editor includes the illustrations that accompanied the original, serial publication and he has updated the critical essays.
This reedition combines the version that appeared as a brochure shortly after La virginite Mariale's serial publication, three contemporary critical pieces by Catholic theologians, and--ironically--a review by T.
Tubridy's essay on Kinsella, as well as those by Ruth Ling on "The Making of Michael Longley's No Continuing City," Colleen McKenna on "Seamus Heaney and the Book as Expressive Form," and Stephen Enniss on "Derek Mahon and the Literary Marketplace," all reveal to a greater or lesser extent the need of these poets to revisit, revise, and rearrange previously published material, which is reflected in how they publish--for example, by alternating serial publication in journals, or interim self-publications, with more formally published volumes--or do not publish, as in the case of Mahon, who uses the archive of his manuscripts at Emory University as a depository for ongoing revisions of earlier published work.
Appropriately, in tracing the significance of serialization Keymer moves both backwards and forwards, from dictionaries and encyclopedias published in parts during the 1730s and 1740s, to the authorial anxieties that the serial publication of Middlemarch would cause George Eliot during the early 1870s.
Aoki debuted as a cartoonist in 1990 with ''Naniwa Kinyu-do'' (Osaka Moneylenders' Careers), but retired as a comic writer in March 1997 after the serial publication of his initial work ended.