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  • adj. Not reprinted.


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un- +‎ reprinted


  • Search for one of the unreprinted titles via the Google and you'll find them.

    Salinger of New Hampshire

  • Though I haven't examined it, the serious Futrelle collector should be aware of _The Thinking Machine Omnibus_ (The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, Box 204, Sherburne, Ontario, Canada, L0N 1S0; $50), purporting to offer all the known stories in the series (around 50, some first published in newspapers and unreprinted since), with original publication data.

    The Body Ricardo

  • And I have a little pile here, of unreprinted stories of which in some cases I am inordinately fond, and I would like to be able to let people read in book form.

    the perils of short fiction

  • Golden Age superhero characters in general tend to be evergreens for these purposes, since their adventures are even today only available in pricey niche formats a casual reader of, say, Geoff Johns' JSA is never going to spot, and Johns writes to the old-school fans of Thomas's largely unreprinted 1980s output more than the 1940s material anyway.

    Saturday on the Fence | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • I'm finding the Grant Morrison Doom Patrol run, which is still amazing for its ability to straddle the line between dadaism and sheer terror, and I'm finding the unreprinted late-run Zot! issues, where it suddenly transformed from "a superhero comic" into "a series of character studies on teenagers I feel I know."

    Ferrett's Long Box Haul

  • Despite the slowness with which it was written, and the seeming neglect with which it was permitted to remain unreprinted, BARRY

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

  • Cho does provide some commentary regarding the origins of some of the featured strips, and has a section of strips that had previously been unreprinted for various reasons.

    Archive 2004-07-04

  • If Gardner had never invented Perry Mason or Cool and Lam, he would still be celebrated as one of the great pulp mystery writers, as shown in eleven previously unreprinted tales, chosen by editor Bill Pronzini to represent one-shot and short-series detectives.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • [58] For a picture of an actual grisette, drawn by perhaps the greatest master of artistic realism (adjective and substantive so seldom found in company!) who ever lived, see that _Britannia_ article of Thackeray's before referred to -- an article, for a long time, unreprinted, and therefore, till a comparatively short time ago, practically unknown.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century

  • The chief monument of them is the long unreprinted _Friendship's Garland_, which has always had some fervent devotees, and is very characteristic.

    Matthew Arnold


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