Introduction In 1967, Het Boek, a journal devoted to books and bibliography, ceased publica- tion. Het Boek was the successor to the Belgian-Dutch periodical Tijdschrijt voor boek- erv bibliotheekwezC11, which was published between 1903 and 191 I under the editorship of Emm. de Bom, Victor de la Montagne, Willem de Vreese, J. W. Enschede, P. C. Molhuysen, and C. P. Burger Jr. In the form of a second series, Het Boek started publication in 1912, with, as editors, C. P. Burger Jr., Victor de la Montagne, Father Bonaventura Kruitwagen OFM, Willem de Vreese, Miss M. E. Kronenberg, F.K.H.Kossniann, L. Brummel and others. Thanks to the excellent work of the editors, in particular of Father Kruit- wagen and Miss Kroncnberg, and to the driving force of the publisher, Wouter Nijhoff Sr., this journal won an enviable reputation for itself among scholars, despite the obstacle presented by the language barrier. This disappearance of Het Boek has left a gap which has to be filled. The Netherlandish book, past and present, in content and in form, provides a rich terrain for scholarly investigation, large areas of which are still lying almost completely fallow. In recent years there have been indications that
Quaerendo – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1971
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