Pope's 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey' afforded the first notably successful instance of another method, that of publication by subscription--individual purchasers at a generous price being secured beforehand by solicitation and in acknowledgment having their names printed in a conspicuous list in the front of the book
An essay near the front of the book
by Jane Lear thankfully quotes Lewis extensively, ensuring that her own voice comes through.
A contents page at the front of the book
helps children find broad themes, with a glossary and index at the back being additional sources of reference that will be easily used by pupils.
The picture of the smiling little girl on the front of the book
might be too feminine for the males in my studio, but the content of this book is a keeper.
His father's side starts from the front of the book
, and his mother's side starts from the back.
It's strange because you can't help but wonder that maybe people in a hundred years will visit the church and go to the front of the book
to see who were the first ones to get married there.
ER STORY RY R The front of the book
which has become a worldwide cult hit
Drawing from a short bibliography presented at the front of the book
, Geary breathes life and subtlety into this early New York tragedy while leaving enough implied that further research will reward the curious.
COLOURFUL: Stephen Waterhouse shows the front of the book
and how it looks inside (below and inset) (S)
A timeline of the history of alcohol and opium provided in the front of the book
frames the narrative.
Terri Garner, the director of the Clinton Presidential Library who's featured in this week's Executive Q&A, shared some information we didn't have room for in the back of the book (Page 30), so Whispers offers it in the front of the book
The source of each is acknowledged at the front of the book