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Synonyms for preface

Synonyms for preface

to begin (something) with preliminary or prefatory material

Synonyms for preface

a short introductory essay preceding the text of a book

furnish with a preface or introduction

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At the heart of this 368-page hardback volume are 13 of Geisel's most popular children's tales, each prefaced with essays by loved ones and fans.
They are prefaced by an introduction and followed by a concise but useful glossary (in case the reader needs help with labels such as ska, death metal, or new jack swing).
In the present work he provides a French translation for the first time to Campanella's defense of Galileo together with the facing Latin text, prefaced by an Introduction of 175 pages, followed by more than 130 pages of extensive, valuable annotation.
This monograph charts an exuberant trajectory, prefaced by an appreciation by that estimable champion of the organic, Peter Blundell Jones.
Each account is prefaced by Bartusiak's words providing historical and scientific context.
Selections, prefaced by a brief discussion of each text's literary characteristics, publication history, and thematic content, include "To the Reader," "Delia," "The Complaint of Rosamund," "A Letter from Octavia to Marcus Antonius," "Musophilus," "A Pastoral," "Certain Epistles," "Ulysses and the Siren," "To the Right Reverend Father in God," "James Montague," and "A Defense of Rhyme.