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Where writing began is moot. How simple pictures first appeared and evolved through pictograms, syllabaries, and alphabets challenges the knowledge of historians. In this work of fact and fiction spiced with allegory, David Huckett offers tales from several periods of time. The narrative embraces not only those who came before the creation of the alphabet but also characterizes the later scribe and inventors of movable type and the typesetting machine, those great preservers of our literary Where writing began is moot. How simple pictures first appeared and evolved through pictograms, syllabaries, and alphabets challenges the knowledge of historians. In this work of fact and fiction spiced with allegory, David Huckett offers tales from several periods of time. The narrative embraces not only those who came before the creation of the alphabet but also characterizes the later scribe and inventors of movable type and the typesetting machine, those great preservers of our literary heritage. From the stone chisel to the printing press and the Linotype machine, this book portrays how imaginative peoples tried not to lose their words. Books, Fiction~~Historical, The-Wordsmiths~~David-M-Huckett, 999999999, The Wordsmiths, David M. Huckett, 1424147840, Publish America, , , , , Publish America

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The Wordsmiths: It All Began with a Stone Chisel Where writing began is moot. How simple pictures first appeared and evolved through pictograms, syllabaries, and alphabets challenges the knowledge of historians. In this work of fact and fiction spiced with allegory, David Huckett offers tales from several periods of time. The narrative embraces not only those who came before the creation of the alphabet but also characterizes the later scribe and inventors of movable type and the typesetting machine, those great preservers of our literary heritage. From the stone chisel to the printing press and the Linotype machine, this book portrays how imaginative peoples tried not to lose their words. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-4241-4784-7, Publishamerica

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Where writing began is moot. How simple pictures first appeared and evolved through pictograms, syllabaries, and alphabets challenges the knowledge of historians. In this work of fact and fiction spiced with allegory, David Huckett offers tales from several periods of time. The narrative embraces not only those who came before the creation of the alphabet but also characterizes the later scribe and inventors of movable type and the typesetting machine, those great preservers of our literary heritage. From the stone chisel to the printing press and the Linotype machine, this book portrays how imaginative peoples tried not to lose their words. The Wordsmiths: It All Began with a Stone Chisel Huckett, David M., PublishAmerica

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The Wordsmiths: It All Began with a Stone Chisel
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Huckett, David M.

Title:

The Wordsmiths: It All Began with a Stone Chisel

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9781424147847

Where writing began is moot. How simple pictures first appeared and evolved through pictograms, syllabaries, and alphabets challenges the knowledge of historians. In this work of fact and fiction spiced with allegory, David Huckett offers tales from several periods of time. The narrative embraces not only those who came before the creation of the alphabet but also characterizes the later scribe and inventors of movable type and the typesetting machine, those great preservers of our literary heritage. From the stone chisel to the printing press and the Linotype machine, this book portrays how imaginative peoples tried not to lose their words.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781424147847
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1424147840
Paperback
Publishing year: 2006
Publisher: Publishamerica
164 Pages
Weight: 0,213 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781424147847

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1-4241-4784-0, 978-1-4241-4784-7

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