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    author would usually get an advance freeing them to concentrate on their writing. An article last year in The Guardian, stated that an author’s average annual salary had dropped to £11,000 per year. This lead to the Society Of Authors’ chief executive to say that traditional publishers’ terms “are no longer fair or sustainable” and that "authors need fair remuneration if they are to keep writing and producing quality work. Publisher profits are holding up and, broadly, so are total book sales if you include e-books but authors are receiving less per book and less overall due mainly to the fact that they are only paid a small percentage of publishers ' net receipts on e-books and because large advances have gone except for a handful of celebrity authors." There seems to be a certain snobbery which separates the traditional publishing route and the so -called ‘vanity press’ of independent publishing. Some might claim that there is a certain legitimacy which comes from having a book published through a traditional publishing house but as technology improves the rules of publishing are changing too. With fewer and fewer debut authors being taken on by literary agents (literary agent Hellie Ogdan told us at a talk in March that she only takes on four new books a year) and the Top Ten Children’s Books of 2015 being crammed with big name authors it is getting harder and harder to break into the publishing world. This means that the publishing industry could easily miss the…

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    the press shows off its prowess by publicly demoralizing individuals within the society. The press publishes articles with false stories that tarnish out the image and dignity. The press misrepresents the truth by showing the public that Katharina engages casually in sexual activities and that she is of an improper behavior when in fact she is quite the opposite. In the film, the actual Katharina is nicknamed by her friends us "the nun", an indication of her being the opposite (Zipes, 1977). The…

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    Are you spending a lot of unnecessary time baking or having trouble creating uniform goodies? If you love decorating and baking you will need a cookie press in your kitchen. This is an appliance for making pressed cookies like the spritzback. It has a cylinder with a plunger which is used to eject dough through a small hole on the other end. It has interchangeable perforated plates with holes in various shapes or a narrow opening to eject the cookie dough in ribbons. This device will help you…

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    successfully captures the audiences’ attention. Thus, when writing any story—script, journal article, press release, etc.—the opening sentence should immediately gain the attention of the reader. When looking at the assignments for this unit, initially, I did not know what a press release was or how to construct it; however, after viewing and reading the provided materials on fashioning a press release, I believe, I gained a better understanding of the concept and a strong grasp on writing…

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    The Greatest Invention of All Time The greatest invention of all time is the printing press, the printing press is the greatest invention of all time for a few reasons. The printing press allowed people to purchase books for a cheaper price and to learn more without having a teacher telling them what they need to know. The invention of the printing press also made a lot of the stories and information that people spread a lot more precise and correct. Before the printing press came to be,…

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    Printing Press Dbq Essay

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    Come and explore the New World with us.The printing press expanded to more countries and places in the 16th century invented by Gutenberg.Martin Luther was an important reformer,that started the Reformation.All European countries and small states were all Catholic in 1500,but some was not in 1560 because of the printing press.Isaac Newton was the father of the Scientific Revolution.What was the most significant effect of the printing?The results of the printing press were…

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    Although the origins of gunpowder dates back to ninth century, its actual use in war was scarce until the powder could be used in a practical way. When its development led to handguns in the mid 15th century, the seemingly small canons at the time established what is now the modern army; battles could now be fought across longer distance with a new sense of mobility for the soldiers. This revolution and invention for the history of warfare ultimately changed the way armies fought for the rest of…

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    The printing press revolutionized the way humans communicate their thoughts and ideas during the Renaissance. Before the printing press was invented by Johannes Gutenberg, the production speed of literary works was not very fast because they were hand-written by scribes and for them to finish a small book would take months of hard work. The ideas spread through these works were only about religion because the labor that is put in these were constrained by the church. When the printing press was…

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    gave the Renaissance it’s place in the history book, for the most influential inventions. The advancements made in the realm of Technology made daily life during the Renaissance easier.Technology not only made headway in making life easier for everyone, most importantly provided serfs the chance to have access to the world of technology. Books and Manuscripts are a prime example. Johann Gutenberg created the first printing press in the 1450s, and by 1460 printers had been set up in France,…

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    we know it extends past the life of its author the life of its language, it was written, and the style of art of its content. An Analyses of Greenblatt’s the swerve argues that the defiance of religion is what leads to the change from manuscript culture to print culture. The printing press allowed for the world to develop from manuscript culture to print culture but this change would have happened regardless of the technological advances due to the protestant reformation. In…

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