Schupp: The Book Thief, N.N. [Hamburg] (1658)

Source: Scanned from a reprint edited by Reinhard Wittmann (Munich: Kraus International Publishing, 1981), based on a copy held at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel

Citation:
Schupp: The Book Thief, N.N. [Hamburg] (1658), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
The Book Thief. Warned and admonished by J.B. Schupp

Full title original language:
Der Bücherdieb. Gewarnet und ermahnet durch J.B. Schuppium

Abstract:
These documents provide an insight into the state of mid-seventeenth-century authors' sense of their rights, their bargaining power, and their thoughts on plagiarism.

1 Commentary:
commentary_d_1659

Bibliography:
  • Wittmann, Reinhold. 'Geschichte des deutschen Buchhandels' (Munich: C.H. Beck, 1999)


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Author: Johann Balthasar Schupp

Publisher: N.N.

Year: 1658

Location: N.N. [Hamburg]

Language: German

Source: Scanned from a reprint edited by Reinhard Wittmann (Munich: Kraus International Publishing, 1981), based on a copy held at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel

Persons referred to:
N/A

Places referred to:
Hamburg
London
Wismar

Cases referred to:
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Institutions referred to:
Frankfurt fair
Marburg University

Legislation:
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Keywords:
author/publisher relations
barter trade
book fairs
book trade
catechisms
counterfeit
editions, new
foreign reprints
inheritability
learning, the advancement of
penalties, paid to author(s)
penalties, paid to fiscal authorities
piracy
plagiarism
privileges
privileges, German Imperial
privileges, Swedish
property analogies
reprints
scholarly writing
transferability

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