In 1951 when her publishers asked her permission to reprint Wigs she turned them down.
She is reviewing a posthumous book by Tony Tanner, a reprint of the prefaces he wrote for The Everyman Shakespeare in the 1990s.
The Royalist would like to thank Powells for permission to reprint this piece.
By Christmas it was on its seventh reprint and had sold more than 150,000 copies.
The Prince By R.M. Koster A reprint of a 1972 classic in which a fictional Latin American nation boils in violence.
"Unauthorized indirect use" or reprint under pretext of annotations or criticism (art. 12) was specified as unlawful reproduction.
That the reprint must be wholly manufactured in the United States.
For when there are no six-shilling novels to reprint, obviously there can be no sevenpenny reprints of them.
Perhaps, strictly speaking, I should say a reprint, and not an edition.
In the present reprint, the text appears according to modern usage: but in the original it stands in lines of unvarying length.