LUP: Then and Now 2

Continuing the celebration of Liverpool University Press‘s 10th (115th) birthday, Special Collections & Archives is showcasing each of the ‘Ten for £10′ landmark books published by LUP in the last decade, and pairing each one with a book published by the Press one hundred years previously, drawn from the complete collection of the Press’s output back to 1899. The fourth and fifth pairings bring together Tim Grady’s German-Jewish Soldiers of the First World War (2011) with John Glyn Davies, Welsh Metrics (1911) and David Ellis’, Memoirs of a Leavisite with (2013) with A Catalogue of the books collected by the late William Noble (1913). Each new pairing will be added to the Special Collections & Archives display cases as the Ten for £10 list is revealed by LUP during April, and added to the blog with more about LUP: Then and Now.

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