Papers of The Bibliographical Society of Canada

The Bibliographical Society of Canada/La Société bibliographique du Canada is a bilingual (English/French) organization that has as its goal the scholarly study of the history, description, and transmission of texts in all media and formats with a primary emphasis on Canada.

Its primary publication, the Papers/Cahiers, is peer-reviewed and is published twice a year, in the spring and the fall. Special editions are published on an occasional basis.

Please note that the latest issues of the journal are available electronically through membership to the Bibliographical Society of Canada


Vol 55, No 1 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Front Matter

 
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1-3
 
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3-4

Articles

George L. Parker
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5-50
Penney Clark
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51-90
Nicholas Bradley
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91-106

Reviews

Anthony Glinoer
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107-108
Marcel Lajeunesse
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108-111
Guillaume Pinson
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112-114
Joanie Grenier
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114-117
Jean-François Vallée
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117-120
Fanie St-Laurent
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121-123
Stéphanie Bernier
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123-126
Peter McNally
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126-128
Katja Lee
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129-131
Jason Purcell
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131-134
Greta Golick, Don Taylor
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134-136
Lai-Tze Fan
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136-139
Ruth-Ellen St. Onge
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139-143
Gillian Fenwick
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143-148
Greta Golick
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148-151
Christopher Doody
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151-154
Ivy Stabell
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155-158
Stephen Reimer
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158-162
Jesse Carson
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162-164
George L. Parker
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165-168
Alison Rukavina
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168-170
Gerald Beasley
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170-174
Crispen Elsted
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174-178

Back Matter

 
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179-180
 
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181-183