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reprint

An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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For every unscrupulous reprinter, there is a greedy monopolist; for every robber, a robber baron: piracy is in the eye of the beholder.
Since he cannot sell his work as cheaply as the pirate reprinter can, the rightful publisher thus finds far less market for the original edition, less than that reprinter who moreover has the advantage of producing the work of one author in a consistent series; as, for example, Simrock and several Parisian publishers who produce your works [for sale].
Shall we say, George Faulkner (identified above); Matthew Carey, founder of America's first publishing house, Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, which celebrated its bicentennial in 1985; and Patrick Byrne, the quintessential Dublin-Philadelphia reprinter of English writers.