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a paper jacket for a book

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Press-quality PDF files of cover, dustjacket, case, specialty coatings, and interior text as applies
Among its more striking features are the fourteen illustrated initials, contributed by Ambrose Dyson, which began each chapter and which are also used on the book's dustjacket.
It would have said Clement Freud on the dustjacket, but it wasn't until I was a lot older that I gained the fluency with numbers to put two and two together and realise that it was the Clement Freud, broadcaster, journalist, jockey, raconteur, politician, bon viveur and, now, sadly, none of these things as he died last week.
Even on the title-page and dustjacket Fontamebleau is misspelled.
Also see the praise given by Paul Tillich and Reinhold Niebuhr that appears on the dustjacket of the 1959 edition.
Admitting "there are no simple answers" in the novel-to-film transition, Sutherland cites one critic's view of Elinor tending Marianne at her sickbed as a Vampiric lesbian translation of the novel-to-film relationship, and then alludes to how the film is described as a "'labour of love'" on "the dustjacket of .
With its wide margins, vertically set captions, faux aged pages and split bindings and full-bleed cover photograph of the Hero Parade's marching boys hidden below a seemingly staid dustjacket, everything about Chris Brickell's Mates and Lovers: A History of Gay New Zealand suggests it has been designed with an eye for the History category of the Montana book awards.
The book under review is an ambitious attempt at such a study: as claimed on the dustjacket, the most detailed account of Roman theatre architecture to date.
The mint condition Now We Are Six - complete with its original dustjacket - was among a pile of donations to the shop.
Note that the title inside the book, Small houses in nature, (intended for a European audience) differs from the dustjacket, Great spaces; cabins, which is aimed at the American reader.
Some books feature the "bleeding hearts" dustjacket designed by the author and it's even harder to find with this cover.
WE give you the dustjacket for Pamela Anderson's new novel.
On the dustjacket of her novel, Mercy (1980), fellow feminist Glora Steinem wrote: 'In every century, there are a handful of writers who help the human race to evolve.
The blurb on the dustjacket of Quinn's substantial account of the life of Patrick Kavanagh opens with a reminder that one of contemporary Ireland's leading poets, Seamus Heaney, has repeatedly argued for Kavanagh's position, alongside W.
On the dustjacket of the lavishly illustrated book from Prestel is printed the claim that it 'presents the most comprehensive examination to date of how New Delhi was planned and built'.