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Chapter2 - Chapters 1 to 5 Chapter 2 1 Most scholars agree...

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Chapters 1 to 5 Chapter 2 1. Most scholars agree that the first books  were written on A) papyrus
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B) clay tablets C) parchment D) rice paper 2. In 1600's New England, printers tried to  keep up with the demand for chapbooks, which  mostly contained
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A) philosophical and political ideas B) psalms and other prayers C) entertaining stories D) local news 3. One result of the mass marketing of modern  paperback books was
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A) an increase in the cost of books B) fewer people owning books C) more people reading literary  classics D) romance novels being marketed to  men 4. According to the text, conglomerates  believed that small publishing houses
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A) were not exposing enough new  writers B) should be emulated in terms of  their distribution techniques C) should move their offices overseas D) were not realizing their profit  potential
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5. Hyptertext fiction, a form of e-book, allows  the reader to A) communicate with the author B) see more illustrations than a  typical e-book C) read the text with "high resolution" D) change the plot of the book
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6. Trade books are described as A) books pertaining to certain trades 
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Chapter2 - Chapters 1 to 5 Chapter 2 1 Most scholars agree...

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