When I published my first article on Hawthorne that same year, I couldn't wait to send Nina an offprint
. I took one right off the top of the pile, inscribed it to her, and sent it off.
Sometime in the early 1970s while visiting Colin and Charlotte Franklin at their house in Culham, outside of Oxford, Colin handed me a pamphlet extricated from his pile of bookseller's catalogues and papers, an offprint
of an article by Frances Hamill, the great Chicago bookseller, and first woman president of the ABAA.
receiving an offprint
of Edith's essay, and to include Inge's
(7) Solow's (2014) letter confirms that he and Samuelson were ignorant of Lipsey's work when they first drafted their paper, a fact confirmed by Solow's (21 March 1960) letter to Lipsey requesting an offprint
, which makes it clear that he had first read Lipsey's paper in the February 1960 issue of Economica.
With news spreading slightly slower than the speed of light, interconnected users can influence perception and ultimately adoption more decisively than the most powerful marketing campaigns; and reputation is more important than ever: internet retailers opt to reimburse millions to customers in order to safe guard their reputation and most organizations start taking their world wide web offprint
Among the lifetime works receiving bibliographical description for the first time are the 1843 and 1844 broadsides, "Sacred to the Memory of Robert Southey," (11) a Lee Priory Press printing of "Lament of Mary Queen of Scots," and a conjectural offprint
of "Epitaph for Owen Lloyd," sent to Christopher Wordsworth, Jr., in 1841 (Reed 66, 147-48, 173-78).
Deighan41John Stevenson Lynch Renal Unit, Crosshouse Hospital, Kilmarnock, UK, 2Renal Unit, Monklands District General Hospital, Airdrie, UK, 3Department of Biochemistry, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK and 4Renal Unit, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK Correspondence and offprint
requests to: Mark S.
Within months of the publication of the new, three-volume edition of his Le Vite de' piu eccellenti pittori, scultori e architettori in 1568, Giorgio Vasari had extracted the biography of Michelangelo, publishing it at his own expense as a separate thin offprint
, Vita de' gran Michelagnolo Buonarroti, with a dedication to Alessandro de' Medici (1511-37).
(42) Karl Thieme, "The Hope of the World: God's Redemption in Union with His Anointed," in Christ, the Church, and Grace in the Economy of Christian Hope: Roman Catholic Views on the Evanston Theme (Boulogne-sur-Seine: Istina, 1954) 30-32, published as an offprint
of the journal Istina 2 (1954).
of Medieval Encounters; v.17/4-5 (2011)
She arrived with an offprint
of her 1982 American Literature article in hand, promising to send an offprint
of her 1984 article that was coming out when she had them in hand (she did).
Feith, Het Verhaal van den AfrikaReiziger (Amsterdam: Algemeen Handelsblad, offprint