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  • The tragedy was never brought out in book-form, though Martin pocketed the advance royalties that had been paid.

    Chapter 43

  • We are also prepared to make a most advantageous offer for bringing them out in book-form.

    Chapter 43

  • We should like, also, to discuss with you the drawing up of a contract for a term of years, say ten, during which we shall have the exclusive right of publishing in book-form all that you produce.

    Chapter 43

  • It's a novella in book-form, but I'm struggling with it.

    What I'm reading and what I'm sorta reading

  • So don't expect a mirror book-form of the cartoons as they air on the big and small screen.


  • Imagine, authors can print their own works in book-form quickly, like pressing the button on a photocopier.

    "Why, yes. I think I'll have some fries with my book, thank you."

  • If coffeeandink had not posted about the new diana Wynne Jones, thus letting me know it exists already in book-form (or at least ARC) when I had been thinking it wasn't out until after I left, I would not have gone to the Strand just now in search of it, where I instead bought 21 other books since they didn't have it.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • If you'd prefer your stomach-turning fake-confessions in book-form, "If I Did It: Here's How It Happened" hits bookstore shelves Nov. 30, under Judith Regan's HarperCollins imprint.

    Foxy Regan-omics: If the Glove Had Fitted, O.J. Would Not Have Been Acquitted

  • She had just had back from her publishers her second book of poems, with a polite note to say that they were not as good as the first ones, and they regretted they did not see their way to put them into book-form.

    Fifth Formers at St. Clare's

  • On this occasion the whole series (later published in book-form) was written by Engels.

    Marx's Ghostwriter


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