What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?: compliance and complaint in Scottish booksellers societies

Iain Michael Beavan

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press
Place of PublicationThe Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press
Pages141-152
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Beavan, I. M. (2001). What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?: compliance and complaint in Scottish booksellers societies. In The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press (pp. 141-152). The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press.

What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?: compliance and complaint in Scottish booksellers societies. / Beavan, Iain Michael.

The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press. The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press, 2001. p. 141-152.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Beavan, IM 2001, What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?: compliance and complaint in Scottish booksellers societies. in The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press. The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press, pp. 141-152.
Beavan IM. What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?: compliance and complaint in Scottish booksellers societies. In The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press. The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press. 2001. p. 141-152
Beavan, Iain Michael. / What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?: compliance and complaint in Scottish booksellers societies. The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press. The Moving market: Change and Continuity in the British Booktrade, ed. P. Isaac and B. McKay. New Castle, Del., Oak Knoll Press, 2001. pp. 141-152
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