Unlike the 1860 publication, however, the title page
of History of the Ojebway Indians actually downplays "Kahkewaquonaby" by parenthetically including it in smaller type than "Peter Jones.
The style of each book's title page
is as the Europe example, viz, Europae nova descriptio C.
And it is the playing companies, not the authors, the playmakers, who appear more regularly on title pages
, as we have a Jonson who marketed himself through print, a Shakespeare who did not.
Both UCLA and UCB offer innovative layout features, including the display of variant title pages
on the same Web page.
In addition to the incomplete listing of these on the title page
, there is an index at the end of the book (fols.
Jurgenson's magnificent title page
to Balakirev's symphonic poem Tamara clearly served as a model for many subsequent Belaieff scores, while Bessel', too, produced many fine title pages
, especially that of Rimsky-Korsakov's Pskovityanka [The Maid of Pskov].
The title page
of Learning Under The Influence Of Language And Literature informs the reader that is a reference compilation that "includes 400 recommended titles with annotations".
a hodge podge' although this subtitle does not appear on the title page
There are other stimulating and unconventional trains of thought, such as the analogy with the development of the title page
in early printing, where triumphal arches often invite the reader to process into the book.
The name of the translator will appear inside the book, on the title page
, reported the Globe and Mail.
The forgotten script, with a different ending as well as extensive scrawled revisions and deletions by Stoker, bears the Irish author's hand-written title page
Read Leonardo's Incessant Last Supper extra slowly, savoring the sounds, from the inaugural title page
with its assonant vowels and repetitions of "I" and "s," to the acknowledgments at the end.