Bibliography of Studies of Eighteenth-Century Journalism, the Periodical Press, and Serial Publications in 1985-2015



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“BibS_jour_2015” 21 Feb. 2016 (211 pp.) James E. May (jem4@psu.edu)

based on 8C_journalism_for_bibsite_July2010, formerly "c18-jour" 10/16/2000; 7/11/03; 7/31/03; 4/30/04 (sent to Barton); 5/27/04; 11/21/04; 1/12-30/05; 1/3/07 (sent to Jeff Barton); 1/7/07; 8/29/10 (152 pp.); 22 July 2015 (184 pp.)



Bibliography of Studies of Eighteenth-Century Journalism, the Periodical Press,

and Serial Publications in 1985-2015
This bibliography surveys scholarship published from 1985 to 2015 on journalism, diverse serials (including almanacs and calendars), and the periodical press throughout Europe and the Americas during the "long eighteenth century," approximately 1660-1820. It is most inclusive for the years 1990-2014, in consequence of my compiling for those years Section 1--"Printing and Bibliographical Studies"--of the ECCB: Eighteenth-Century Current Bibliography, until recently known as The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography). It focuses on printed scholarship regarding Europe and the Americas, but many electronic publications have been included. Dissertations and book reviews are included. A 2015 revision corrected some errors and expanded it from 152 to 184 pages, and this revision in February 2016 expands it further to 211 pages, particularly increasing the coverage of newspapers and periodicals in Dutch and Spanish. For previous editions, I received additions and corrections from James E. Tierney, Mr. Harold Braem of Hildesheim (who provided titles from his “Historische Zeitungen: Privatarchiv der deutschsprachigen Presse des 17.-19. Jahrhunderts”), Marie Mercier-Faivre, Eric Francalanza, Rudj Gorian, and Charles A. Knight. Up until the mid 1990s, I was indebted to Diana Dixon’s annual bibliographies in a group of related serials: Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History (London, 1984-1994), Studies in Newspaper and Periodical History (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1994-1997), Media History (1999-2002). I also then drew upon Sam Riley’s and Kim Martin Long's checklists in issues of American Periodicals. Recently I’ve relied heavily on Dialnet, Project Muse, and other venders of scholarly articles, scholars’ journals’ and presses’ websites, OCLC’s Worldcat, the two premiere on-line bibliographies: MHRA's Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature (the printed volumes once having chapters on periodicals) and the Modern Language Association’s International Bibliography, and the superb electronic quarterly L’Almanacco bibliografico--for over ten years now the most useful bibliographical review in any language. This bibliography was formerly posted on Kevin Berland's C18-L website, but was moved in June 2003 to BibSite and repeatedly enriched. I hope that its presence here will support and call attention to the Bibliographical Society of America's William E. Mitchell Prize for research on eighteenth-century British serials. (See the Society's home-page for information on this prize offered to the best book, article, or thesis every three years--the next deadline in fall 2017.) Some studies touching on the periodical press, inadvertently not included here, will be found in my other bibliographies on BibSite, particularly those involving authorship, censorship, and publishing. Finally, I thank the Bibliographical Society of America for this posting on BibSite, particularly Christina Geiger of Bonhams, and I apologize to scholars for inaccuracies and for works overlooked.
James E. May (jem4@psu.edu)

Penn State University--DuBois Campus

17 February 2016
[first compiled: 13 January 2000; revised for "BIBSITE" on 1 July 2003; 30 April 2004; 20 January 2005; 3 January 2007; 18 April 2008; 29 July 2010 (postings with the assistance of Jeffrey Barton and Travis Gordon); and 22 July 2015]

Abbaticchio, Rossella. La “Ragione delle parole”: Dal Caffe al Conciliatore: Discussioni su lingua e cultura. (La Stadera.) Lecce: Edizioni Pensa Multimedia, 2009. Pp. 255.

Abbrugiati, Raymond. “Avec ou sans guillemets? Le Rapport narration: Dialogue dans Il Caffé.” Revue des Études Italiennes, 42 (1996), 203-17.

Abellán García-González, José Luis. “El liberalismo gaditano: José Ma Blanco-White.” Studi Ispanici, 36 (2011), 119-24. [On the political context of censorship, 1700-1799, within a special issue entitled “Político y pensamiento político en la literatura hispánica.”]

Abramson, Julia. “Legitimacy and Nationalism in the Almanach des Gourmandes (1803-1812). Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 3, no. 2 (2003), 101-35.

Adam, Wolfgang. "Medizin und Essayistik: Das Beispiel von Johann August Unzers Wochenschrift Der Arzt." Librarium, 38 (1995), 175-82; 3 plates.

Adamczak, Audrey. “Les Almanachs gravés sous Louis XIV: Une Mise en images des actions remarquables du roi.” Littératures Classiques, 76 (2011), 63-70.

Adams, J. R. R. "Belfast Almanacs and Directories of Joseph Smyth." Linen Hall Review, 8 (1991), 14-15.

Adams, J. R. R. The Printed Word and the Common Man: Popular Culture in Ulster, 1700-1900. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University of Belfast, 1987. Pp. 218; bibliography; illustrations. [Rev. (with two other books) by S. J. Connolly in Victorian Studies, 34 (1991), 401-03.]

Adams, Amber M. “Pat Prunty and Print: The Printed Word in Eighteenth-Century Ulster.” Brontë Studies, 40, no. 2 (April 2015), 150-66. [A general survey of the distribution and consumption of printed materials in Ulster (where Patrick Brontë spent formative years, 1777-1802), treating newspapers, book clubs, libraries, and schools.]

Adams, Stephen Michael. "Daniel Defoe's Review and Authorial Issues in the Early English Periodical." Ph.D. dissertation, U. of Missouri at Columbia, 1996. DAIA, 57, no. 11 (May 1997), 4747.

Addeo, Girolamo. Il giornalismo napoletano tra Settecento e Ottocento. Naples: Loffredo, 2001. Pp. 248; index.

Addeo, Girolamo. "La libertà di stampa nella Repubblica napoletana del 1799." Atti dell'Accademia Pontaniana di Napoli, 14 (1996 [1997]), 243-93.

Addeo, Girolamo. "Il Spettatore Napoletane: Its Origins and Place in Italian Journalism and the Neapolitan Revolution. Excerpts from May 1799 Issues." Critica Letteraria, 22 (1994), 509-50.

Addeo, Girolamo. "Il Vero Repubblicano [Neopolitan periodical, 1799]." Critica Letteraria, 26 (1998), 51-61.

Addison, Joseph. Essais de critique et d'esthétique. Pau: Publications de l'université de Pau, 2004. Pp. 264.

Addison, Joseph, Richard Steele, et al. The Spectator. Edited with notes and introduction by Donald F. Bond. 5 vols. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 1987. [Each vol. holds c. 600 pp. Listed under “Bond” with a review and more detail.]

Addison, Joseph, Richard Steele, et al. The Sir Roger De Coverley Papers from The Spectator. Ed. by Homer K. Underwood. Honolulu: U. Press of the Pacific, 2002.

Addison, Joseph, Richard Steele, et al. Le "spectator." Introduction by Bernard Dhuicq. Paris: La Bibliothèque, 1996. Pp. 232.

Águila, Yves. "Le Premier journalisme mexicain, 1722-1742." Bulletin Hispanique (2002), 3-21.

Aguilar Piñal, Francisco. "Ilustración y periodismo." Estudios de historia social, nos. 52-53 (1990), 9-16. [Aguilar Piñal has an article with the same title in Insula, 45 (1990), 31-32.]

Alarcón Sierra, Rafael. “La Prensa en el siglo XVIII.” Cuadernos de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, 2 (1992), 3-28.

Albaugh, Gaylord P. A History and Annotated Bibliography of American Religious Periodicals and Newspapers Established from 1730 through 1830. 2 vols. Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 1994. Pp. lxxxix + 1456; appendices; bibliography; index; prefatory explanations. [A monumental labor involving decades of work at over 700 libraries. Following an historical introduction, Albaugh offers his important bibliography describing 590 distinct religious periodicals and newspapers published during the period, noting their variant titles, providing publication information on them (Vol. 1: A-O; Vol. 2: P-Z, plus appendices, bibliographies, and index). James Tierney writes that "Appendix I lists 124 periodical titles garnered from various sources but which Albaugh's research determined were never actually published. Especially valuable are Appendices 2-4, which afford extremely handy tools by which scholars with special interests can negotiate the otherwise daunting 1,077-page bibliography itself. For those requiring access to periodicals and newspapers from a particular year(s), a 'Chronological List of Titles by Years of Founding' (Appendix 2) quickly identifies appropriate titles in the main bibliography. Likewise, a 'Geographical List of Titles by States and Cities or Towns of Publication' (Appendix 3) lists those publications associated with a particular geographical area. For those interested in studying a particular religious persuasion, 'Titles Arranged by Major Religious Interests' (Appendix IV) ranges all entries in the bibliography under headings that identify each publication's raison d'être (Calvinism, Universalism, human service, etc.). The indices are followed by bibliographies of microform catalogues used for the project and of secondary sources. Finally, another valuable resource appears in the 'Index of Editors, Publishers, Printers, Illustrations [perhaps a misprint for 'Illustrators'], and Engravers,' a double-columned 68-page listing of journalists and tradesmen mentioned in the annotation to the main bibliography. A seasoned researcher himself, Albaugh knew the kind of research devices scholars need." Rev. (fav.) by Keith Arbour in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 91 (1997), 245-47; (fav.) by James E. Tierney in Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography, n.s. 20-21 (1994-1995), 5-6; (briefly) by Bohdan S. Wynar in American Reference Books Annual, 27 (1996), 616.]

Alberola Romá, Armando. “Tiempo, clima y enfermedad en la prensa español de la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII: Diaros meteorológicos y crónicas de desastres en el Memorial Literario [1784-1808].” El Argonauta español, 12 (2015), [unpaginated, with summary, and list of key words]. E-journal with open access to PDFs at argonauta.revues.org.

Alcibíades, Mirla. “Historia y trayectoria de La Gaceta de Caracas [1808-1822].” Cuadernos de Ilustración y Romanticismo, 16 (2010). E-journal published by the University of Cádiz, whose articles in this volume are separately paginated; articles in PDFs posted at revistas.uca.es/index/cir/issue/view/27/showToc. [In an issue with the special focus and title “De periódicos y periodistas en España e Hispanoamérica de la Ilustración al Trienio Liberal.”]

Alexander, Christine. "Play and Apprenticeship: The Culture of Family Magazines." In The Child Writer from Austen to Woolf. Ed. by Christine Alexander, and Juliet McMaster. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2005.

Alexander, David. “’Alone Worth Treble the Price’: Illustrations in 18th-Century English Magazines.” Pp. 107-34 in A Millennium of the Book: Production, Design & Illustration in Manuscript & Print, 900-1900. Ed. by Robin Myers and Michael Harris. New Castle: Oak Knoll; Winchester: St. Paul’s Bibliographies, 1994.

Alexander, J. H. “Learning from Europe: Continental Literature in the Edinburgh Review and Blackwood’s Magazine, 1802-1825.” Wordsworth Circle, 21, no. 3 (1990), 118-23.

Alexander, John K. The Selling of the Constitutional Convention: A History of News Coverage. Madison, WI: Madison House, 1990. Pp. ix + 246; index. [Rev. (fav.) by Daniel W. Hollis, III, in Journal of American History, 78 (1992), 1433; (mixed) by Thomas C. Leonard in American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 611; (fav.) by Stephen Middleton in Journal of Southern History, 58 (1992), 706-07; (fav.) by John R. Richard in Journal of the Early Republic, 11 (1991), 404-06.]

Allen, Susan Macall. "The Impact of the Stamp Act of 1765 on Colonial American Printers: Threat or Bonanza?" Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles. DAI, 57A, no. 2 (Aug. 1996), 494.

Almagor, Joseph. Pierre Des Maizeaux (1673-1745), Journalist and English Correspondent for Franco-Dutch Periodicals, 1700-1720: With the Inventory of His Correspondence and Papers at the British Library (Add. Mss. 4281-4289), London. Amsterdam: APA-Holland U. Press, 1989. Pp. xii + 284; illus.

Alonso Seoane, María José. “La narrativa de ficción en el Diario [de Madrid] y la Gaceta de Madrid, 1808-1814.” Salina, 14 (2000), 107-14.

Alonso Seoane, María José. "Traducción y prensa periódica." Pp. 17-83 of Neoclásicos y románticos ante la traducción. Ed. by Francisco Lafarga, C. Palacios, and A. Saura. Murcia: U. de Murcia, 2002.

Alsop, J. D. "The Circulation of the London Gazette, 1717-19." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 3 (1986), 23-26.

Alsop, J. D. “Joseph Addison’s Income from the London Gazette, 1717-1718.” Notes and Queries, n.s. 33 [231] (1986), 491.

Alsop, J. D. "New Light on Nathaniel Mist and Daniel Defoe.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 75 (1981), 57-60.

Alsop, J. D. "New Light on Richard Steele." British Library Journal, 25 (Spring 1999), 23-34. [Now an E-journal.] [With information relating to Steele's editing of the London Gazette.]

Alsop, J. D. "Richard Steele and the Reform of the London Gazette." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 80 (1986), 455-61.

Alsop, J. D. The Subscribers to Cartwright’s Journal in 1790.” Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History, 6, no. 1 (1990).

Altena, Peter. "'Liever een' arent dan een kerkuil: Over Den Adelaar (1735) van Jacob Campo Weyerman, De Hollandsche Spectator (1731-35) van Justus van Effen en de geschiedenis van de 'weekelyksche schriften.'" Voortgang, 13 (1992), 145-71.

Altholz, Josef L. The Religious Press in Britain, 1760-1900. New York: Greenwood Press, 1989. Pp. x + 215; bibliographical appendex: “Index of Religious Periodicals, 1760-1900.”

Alvarez, Ascensión, and Jesús Timoteo Martínez Riaza, with Enrique Rios Vicente. Historia de la prensa hispanoamericana. Mardrid: MAPFRE, 1992. Pp. 348; illus.

Alvarez Barrientos, Joaquin. "Miscelánea y tertulia: El Café de Alejandro Moya." Dieciocho, 27, no. 1 (Spring 2005), 59-74. [Published 1792-1794.]

Álvarez Barrientos, J., F. Lopez, and I. Urzainqui. La República de las Letras en el siglo XVIII. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1995. Pp. 226; index. [Includes Urzainqui's survey "Un nuevo instrumento cultural: La prensa periódica" (125-216). Rev. by Scott Dale in Hispanic Review, 66 (1998), 222-23.]

Alvazzi del Frate, Paolo. "Rivoluzione e giornalismo politico nello Stato Pontificio." Mélanges de l'École Française de Rome: Italie et Méditerranée, 102 (1990), 410-22.

Amato, Marco. "'Un libro cominciato e non finito': L'attività giornalistica di Gasparo Gozzi." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995), 163-84.

Ambrose, Laura Williamson. “Travel in Time: Local Travel Writing and Seventeenth-Century English Almanacs.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 43, no. 2 (2013), 419-43.

Amhurst, Nicholas. Terrae-Filius or, The Secret History of the University of Oxford (1721-1726). Ed. by William E. Rivers. Newark: U. of Delaware Press, 2004. Pp. 500; bibliography; index; illus. Winner of the Bibliographical Society of America's 2006 William L. Mitchell Prize for Bibliography or Documentary Work on Early British Periodicals or Newspapers. The title of Rivers' critical edition of Terrae-Filius ends with the dates "1721; 1726" to indicate that it covers both the 52 issues published sequentially in 1721 as well as the 50 essays and several additions included in collected editions of 1726. The original numbers 7, 26, and 30 were cut from the collected edition and a new concluding essay was added; the numbers were rearranged "to group them more logically by topic" (p. 43). Rivers adds Hogarth's frontispiece, Amhurst's preface to the first collected edition, and an advertisement to readers. In an appendix, Rivers offers a helpful comparative key to the dates of the original and the dates assigned in the collected edition. Amhurst's topical index within the collected editions is reproduced with page numbers keyed to Rivers' edition. Rev. (favorably) by Julian Ferraro in TLS (April 1, 2005), 33; by Neil Guthrie in Eighteenth-Century Book Reviews Online (htt://back.csulb.edu:8080/asecs); by James E. May in Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 20, no. 2 (June 2006), 39-41; by John Morillo in Scriblerian, 44, no. 2-45, no. 1 (2012), 83-84.]

Amory, Hugh, and David D. Hall (eds.). A History of the Book in America. Vol. I: The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press; Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 1999. Pp. xxiv + 638; illus. [Includes, in a section "Periodicals and Politics, Part 1," Charles E. Clark's "Early American Journalism: News and Opinion in the Popular Press" and Richard D. Brown's "Shifting Freedoms of the Press in the Eighteenth Century."]

An, Zhan Hua. "Presse et culture à l'apogée des Lumières: Le Journal de Paris, le premier quotidien français, 1777-1786." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 304 (1992), 999-1000.

Anderson, Douglas. “Benjamin Franklin and His Readers” [review essay]. Early American Literature [EAL], 41 (2006), 535-53.

Anderson, Gillian B., with assistance of Neil Ratliff (comps.). Music in New York during the American Revolution: An Inventory of Musical References in Rivington's New York Gazette. (MLA Index and Bibliography Series, 24.) Bloomington, IN: Music Library Association, 1987. Pp. xxix + 135. [Rev. by Karl Kroeger in Notes, 47 (1990), 384-85.]

Andrès, Bernard. "Le fantasme du champ littéraire dans la Gazette de Montreal (1778-1779)." Études françaises, 36 (2000), 9-26; summary [210].

Andress, P. "Press and Politics in the French Revolution: A Parisian Case Study from 1791." European Historical Quarterly, 28 (1998), 51-80.

Andrews, Kerri. “Ann Yearsley and the London Newspapers in 1787.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, 34, no. 1 (2015), 107-24; summary. [In a special issue on “New Directions on Mary Leapor and Ann Yearsley,” edited by Andrews.]

Andrews, Stuart. The British Periodical Press and the French Revolution, 1789-1799. Houndsmill, Basingstoke: Palgrave; New York: St. Martin's, 2000. Pp. xi + 280; illus.; index. [Rev. by Hannah Barker in International History Review, 23 (2001), 670; (with another book) by Jeremy Black in Albion, 34 (2002), 328-30; by Patricia Bradley in Journalism History, 27 (2001), 140-41; by Jack R. Censer in Journal of Modern History, 74 (2002), 843-44; by Michael Scrivener in Wordsworth Circle, 32 (2001), 280. Bradley notes it focuses "on the role of the political and literary press in promulgating the historiography that came to dominate the understanding of the French Revolution."]

Andries, Lise. “Almanacs: Revolutionizing a Traditional Genre.” Pp. 203-22 of Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Edited by Robert Darnton and Daniel Roche. Introduction by Darnton. Berkeley: U. of California Press, in collaboration with the New York Public Library, 1989. Pp. xv + 351; bibliography; illustrations.

Angel Ramírez, Diana Leticia del. “El tejido discursivo de un artículo de El Pensador Méxicano (1812): Búlesis y kairós.” Pp. 181-93 in Conceptos y objetos de la retórica ayer y hoy: Homenaje a Paola Vianello de Córdova. Edited by Gerardo Ramírez Vidal. Preface by Silvia Aquino. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2008.

Angelike, Karin. Louis-François Métra: Ein französischer Zeitungsverleger in Köln (1770-1800). (Rheinisches Archiv, 145.) Cologne and Vienna: Böhlau, 2002. Pp. xii + 492; illus.; index. [Mettra edited the Correspondance littéraire secrète and produced various MS news bulletins during 1770s-1790s. Rev. in rev. essay ("Die frankophone Presse in Köln und das Kalenderwesen in Bayern--zwei Neuerscheinungen zur Erforschung der Presse des späten 18. Jahrhunderts") by Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink in Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 27 (2003), 239-41; (fav.) in rev. essay ("The Eighteenth-Century French Periodical Press") by Jeremy D. Popkin in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 37 (2004), 483-86.]

Annus, Endel (ed.). Eestis ilmunud saksa-, vene- ja muukeelne perioodika, 1675-1940. [Periodicals in German, Russian, and Other Tongues Published in Estonia, 1675-1940.] Tallinn: Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia Raamatukogu, 1993. Pp. 477.

Antal, Alexandra. “A Hadi és Más Nevezetes Történetek szerepe az irodalmi nyilvánosság alakulásában.” Magyar Könyvszemle, 128 (2012), 21-39; summary in French. [On the role played by the journal Hadi és Más Nevezetes Történetek, translated by the author as “Histoires Militaires et autrement Notables,” in the formation of “la publicitè littéraire.” Founded in 1789, the periodical was under the title Magyar Hirmondó in 1792-1803.]

Applegate, Edd. Journalistic Advocates and Muckrakers: Three Centuries of Crusading Writers. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1997. Pp. vii + 219.

Applegate, Edd. Literary Journalism: A Biographical Dictionary of Writers and Editors. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. Pp. 352.

Arato, Franco. "Carlo Amoretti e il giornalismo scientifico nella milano di fine settecento." Giornale storico della literatura italiana, 47 (1991), 16-49.

Archangeli, Melanie. “Charlotte von Hezel und Das Wochenblatt für schöne Geschlecht: An Eighteenth-Century Challenge to Gender and Genre.” Women in German Yearbook, 14 (1999), 71-89. [Von Hezel edited the weekly.]

Archangeli, Melanie. “Subscribing to the Enlightenment: Charlotte von Hezel Markets Das Wochenblatt für schöne Geschlecht.” Book History, 2 (1999), 96-121.

Archangeli, Melanie Elaine. “Das Wochenblatt für schöne Geschlecht’: A Sociohistorical and Literary Analysis of an Eighteenth-Century Periodical for Women.” Ph.D. dissertation, U. of Michigan, 1995. DAI, 56(4) (Octobert 1995), 1374A.

Archangeli, Melanie Elaine. “Das Wochenblatt für schöne Geschlecht’: A Sociohistorical and Literary Analysis of an Eighteenth-Century Periodical for Women.” Ph.D. dissertation, U. of Michigan, 1995. DAI, 56A, no. 4 (Octobert 1995), 1374.

Archbold, Johanna. “Periodicals Reactions: The Effect of the 1798 Rebellion and the 1800 Act of Union in the Irish Monthly Periodical.” In Book Trade Connections from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries.(Print Networks, 9.) London: British Library; New Castle: Oak Knoll, 2008. Pp. xiii + 265; illus.; maps.

Arenas Cruz, María Elena. “En desagravio de Estala: A Propósito de una crítica contra El filósofo enamorado de Forner en El Diario de Madrid (1795).” Cuadernos de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, 10-11 (2000-2001), 17-42.

Arenas Cruz, María Elena. "Pedro Estala [1757-1810] como 'censor mensual' en El Diario de Madrid (1795-1798)." Revista de Literatura, 62 (2000), 326-46.

Ares, Fabio Eduardo. “Las Letrerías de Antonio Espinosa en la Real Imprenta de Niños Expósitos (1790-1802): El Caso del Telégrafo Mercantil, primer periódico de Buernas Aires.” Cuadernos de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, 23 (2013), 35-66.

Argudín, Yolanda, with the collaboration of María Luna Argudín. Historia del periodismo en México: Desde el Virreinato hasta nuestros días. (Colección Panorama.) Mexico, D.F.: Panorama Editorial, 1987. Pp. 173.




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