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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Harlequin Enterprises, Apa Style, Nellie Mcclung

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Topics: canadian textbook markets, the story of harlequin books. Id role of key figures in book publishing industry. Outline significant events in cana
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Playing Card, Promissory Note, Halifax Gazette

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French wanted to make money, but the british were far more successful. The book is the child of the western renaissance linked to exploration by europe
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ryerson Press, Morality, Stereotype

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The first kind of modern book publishing company. Religious works and branched off into educational and literary titles. Prior to 1919, general interes
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ludger Duvernay, John Neilson, The Mississauga News

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Moved back and forth across the border. 1801: became the king"s printer in the colony that brought him 140 pounds/year, then 175 pounds some year after
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ACC 406 Lecture 11: HW Chapter E11-5,E11-6,E11-10,E11-11

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ACC 406 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Finished Good, Financial Statement, Gross Margin

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ACC 406 Lecture 9: HW Chapter E9-24, E9-25,E9-27

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ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Disposable And Discretionary Income, Grain Elevator, European Route E40

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ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Government Budget Balance, Tax Wedge, Aggregate Demand

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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorSpring

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Richard H. G. Bonnycastle, James Hadley Chase, Simon & Schuster

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Harlequin was owned by the torstar corporaion, the largest newspaper publisher in canada from 1981. Harlequin was founded in may 1949, in winnipeg, man
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Maurice Duplessis, Canada Council, Continentalism

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Royal commission in 1949, watershed moment that shaped cd publishing. Investigate state of arts and culture, advocated federal government funding cultu
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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Leonard Cohen

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CRI 550 Lecture 9: CRI 550 Class 9 The Americans

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Winnipeg: what was the first book to be published by the harlequin. The manatee: name of the man who became the owner of harlequin. Richard bonnycastle
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Brian Mulroney, Petro-Canada, Small Press

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Negative consequences in growth in particular region where economy is made up of branch plants in an organization. Regions that host these plants are c
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ryerson Press, Methodism, Patriarcha

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Started by massedus church, publishing operation in 1829. Published under the name of the individual person held position called book steward . They di
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorSpring

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ryerson Press, Canada Council, Academic Publishing

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Massey commission advocated for the federal funding of a wide range of cultural aciviies. Naional library of canada (library and archives canada), the
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Ludger Duvernay, Montreal Gazette

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Came from us, loyalist, moved back & forth across the border. Enhance the intellectual life in nova scotia. Became the king"s printer, 140 pounds a yea
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Irving Layton, Hogarth Press, Raymond Souster

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Branch plant negative consequence: corporate influence and growth of branch plants make region economically dependent on them. 3 specific f(x): import/
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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Canada Council, Maurice Duplessis

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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: King James Version, Macmillan Publishers, Kildare Dobbs

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Perilous trade chapter 4: toye and his ilk. U of t press" marsh jeanneret evolutionary process of canon-building. Bill toye was the most influential pu
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Guadalajara International Book Fair, Mcclelland & Stewart, Nepotism

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Jack mcclelland fell in a pool, almost died bec drunkenly fell. Couldn"t remember things v well after that. Won an award for being an outstanding cd pu
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lovat Dickson, Samuel Marchbanks, Macmillan Publishers

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John gray got offer from hugh eayrs to work at macmillan. Fun tomorrow book publisher need curiosity and blind optimism. Not innovative or flamboyant,
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hugh Maclennan, Morley Callaghan, Northrop Frye

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Difficult therefore for unis to offer courses not taught in am schools, to. Is it true, then, that we are a people without a literature? - 1951 report
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RYERSONCRI 550Michael O' ConnorWinter

CRI 550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mcgraw-Hill Education, Ryerson Press, Slush Pile

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Moved back and forth across the border. 1801: became the king"s printer in the colony that brought him 140 pounds/year, then 175 pounds some year after
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CRI 550 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Harlequin Enterprises, Apa Style, Nellie Mcclung

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CRI 550 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Playing Card, Promissory Note, Halifax Gazette

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Maurice Duplessis, Canada Council, Continentalism

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Royal commission in 1949, watershed moment that shaped cd publishing. Investigate state of arts and culture, advocated federal government funding cultu
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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Leonard Cohen

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Winnipeg: what was the first book to be published by the harlequin. The manatee: name of the man who became the owner of harlequin. Richard bonnycastle
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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Brian Mulroney, Petro-Canada, Small Press

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ryerson Press, Methodism, Patriarcha

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Started by massedus church, publishing operation in 1829. Published under the name of the individual person held position called book steward . They di
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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: T. S. Eliot, Coach House Books, Cash Flow

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Bookselling, Independent Bookstore, Sue Monk Kidd

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Richard H. G. Bonnycastle, Torstar, Harpercollins

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Canada Council, Maurice Duplessis

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Ludger Duvernay, Montreal Gazette

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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Symbolic Link, Promissory Note, Bourgeoisie

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French were coming into contact with aboriginals. Iroquois related oral stories with a numerical system. Each knot indicated a different event in histo
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CRI 550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Halliburton, Mcgraw-Hill Education, Ryerson Press

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Textbook: the perilous trade by roy macskimming. Overview of the history of the book in canada. A large territory with a small, scattered population. S
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