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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

References in periodicals archive ?
Hemingway attempts to preface his work with appropriate positioning.
Peritexts are those elements such as the title and the preface which are located in the text, while epitexts are those elements such as interviews and reviews which are located outside the text (Genette, 1997, p.
classic, Divine Comedy, paratext, persuasion, preface, translation
Diwan-E-Meer Mohammad Afzal Sabit Ilah Abadi with Preface about the Life and Work of the Poet and Evaluation of His Art and Thought (D: 1150-1750).
Framework Agreement for Services Preface of static and dynamic Belastungsprobenauf land bridges, including rental of trucks, signs, traffic control and organization.
This appears to more than justify the analysis of the academic textbook genre to reveal its discourse norms and the comprehensible patterns of the overall genre and its sub-genres, particularly preface sections.
As Kate Lilley has argued in her recent reading of Rachel Speght's Mortalities Memorandum with a Dreame Prefixed (1621), the relative rarity of the publishing woman in early modern England, 'particularly one willing to sign her own name', combined with 'the implicit cultural imperative to offer some defence or apology for doing so', charge the preface of early women's books with the burden of negotiating cultural norms.
As we shall see, in its role of preface to the Amores the epigram exhibits as much as it hides, and in doing so it serves to perpetuate a structure that, when read for its potential to reveal a given reality, promises yet frustrates knowledge, opens yet simultaneously closes a door to interpretation.
Subsequently, Lamartine has recourse to his editor Urbain Canel for the preface to Nouvelles Meditations poetiques (1823).
However, Swapan Kumar Bose, author of the upcoming book Carnival of Dreams, clarifies that there is no mention of Oman in the book except in the preface.
The volume contains not only considerations of literary texts--the novels of Marivaux, Prevost, and Bernardin de Saint Pierre, as well as prefaces to translations of English novels--but also looks at the emergence and development of the scholarly preface.
Bruce Springsteen wants you to buy this book," while noting that the Springsteen preface is actually more "concise" than Bruce's rambling classic "Jungleland.
This is a reprint of Woodward's work with a new preface giving biographical information on the author.
Scholl skillfully lays out the context of the Bible's appearance and analyzes the fourth preface at length.
The editor has contributed a new preface and, whilst mentioning that Auden sometimes made revisions to the US text which were different from those for the UK text, concludes that 'the complexity of the resulting textual problems exceeds their importance'.