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Moving to an Extreme: E Haldeman-Julius and His Little Blue Books

Palmer, W (2003). Moving to an Extreme: E Haldeman-Julius and His Little Blue Books. In: Dare, H and Kalantzis, M The Future of the Book: From Creator to Consumer in a Digital Age, Melbourne, 22-24 April 2003.

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Author Palmer, W
Title Moving to an Extreme: E Haldeman-Julius and His Little Blue Books
Conference Name The Future of the Book: From Creator to Consumer in a Digital Age
Conference Location Melbourne
Conference Dates 22-24 April 2003
Conference Publication Title International Journal of the Book
Editor Dare, H
Kalantzis, M
Place of Publication Melbourne
Publisher Common Ground Publishing
Publication Year 2003
Volume Number 1
ISSN 1447-9516   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 244
End Page 252
HERDC Category E1 - Conference Publication (DEST)
Abstract Like organisms at the extreme in the theory of evolution, Emanuel Haldeman-Julius’s favoured scientific concept, the fact that the little blue books occupied an extreme position in the evolution of the book meant that they were doomed to extinction when circumstances changed.
 
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