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  • Author:
    Duncan Munro Glen
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Professor Duncan Munro Glen (11 January 1933 – 20 September 2008) . Printing type designs : a new history from Gutenberg to 2000, 2001. Something of the night and of the sun/ 2001.

He became known to the literary world through his first full-length book, Hugh MacDiarmid and the Scottish Renaissance. Querencia: saggio di traduzione poetica/Enzo Bonventre, 1994. Splendid Lanarkshire: past and present: a rediscovery and anthology of prose & verse/written and compiled by Duncan Glen, 1997.

Printing Type Designs-A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. True to his nationality Duncan Glen includes two chapters specifically on Scottish typefounders both of which contain material which will probably be new to many students of typography

Printing Type Designs-A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. Printing Type Designs-A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. True to his nationality Duncan Glen includes two chapters specifically on Scottish typefounders both of which contain material which will probably be new to many students of typography. The chapter on the first printers in Scotland describes the interplay between Scottish, French and English printers at the beginning of the sixteenth century and gives a glimpse of the importance. of power and patronage to the printing trade at that time.

Printing Type Designs: A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. Derek Nuttall, "Printing Type Designs: A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. Duncan Glen," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 96, no. 3 (SEPTEMBER 2002): 448-450.

Duncan Munro Glen Printing Type Designs: A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. ISBN 13: 9780861421107. Printing Type Designs: A New History from Gutenberg to 2000. ISBN 10: 0861421108 ISBN 13: 9780861421107.

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I began printing books with the hope of producing some which would have a definite . Meanwhile William Morris had resolved to design a type of his own.

I began printing books with the hope of producing some which would have a definite claim to beauty, while at the same time they should be easy to read and should not dazzle the eye, or trouble the intellect of the reader by eccentricity of form in the letters. I have always been a great admirer of the calligraphy of the Middle Ages, & of the earlier printing which took its place. The type used was a black-letter copied from one of Caxton’s founts, and the initials were left blank to be rubricated by hand. Three copies were printed on vellum. This little book was not however finished until November, 1890.

Despite this fact, Guttenberg rightfully deserves his place in history for .

Despite this fact, Guttenberg rightfully deserves his place in history for producing a machine that allowed for the mass-production of books for the first time in history. Before his invention books were transcribed by hand or 'printed' using wooden blocks. This testimony describes his type, inventory of metals and types of molds and the case would ultimately be lost by Gutenberg and his press was seized by Furst as collateral. A replica of the Gutenberg printing press.

In this book Peter Burke adopts a socio-cultural approach to examine the changes in the organization of knowledge in Europe from the invention of printing to the publication of the French Encyclopédie. The book opens with an assessment of different sociologies of knowledge from Mannheim to Foucault and beyond, and goes on to discuss intellectuals as a social group and the social institutions (especially universities and academies) which encouraged or discouraged intellectual innovation.

The oldest known book printed using metal type dates back to the year 1377. In 1436 Gutenberg begins work on a printing press. It takes him 4 years to finish his wooden press which uses movable metal type

The oldest known book printed using metal type dates back to the year 1377. It is a Korean Buddhist document, called Selected Teachings of Buddhist Sages and Seon Masters. It takes him 4 years to finish his wooden press which uses movable metal type. Among his first publications that get printed on the new device are bibles. A later 42-line version comes in two volumes.

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