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Parts of a book

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Parts of a book

  1. 1. PARTS OF A BOOK NASAR.OM
  2. 2. What is book? • A written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers. • A single sheet within a book is a leaf, and each side of a leaf is a page
  3. 3. EVOLUTIONS OF BOOKS
  4. 4. PARTS OF BOOKS • BOOK JACKET • COVER PAGE • SPINE • END PAPER • TITLE PAGE • HALF TITLE PAGE • FRONTISPCIES • DEDICATION • PREFACE
  5. 5. • TABLE OF CONTENTS • VERSO OF TITLE LEAF • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS • INTRODUCTION • TEXT • APPENDIXES • BIBLIOGRAPHY • INDEX • EXEPTIONS
  6. 6. BOOK JECKET “Also called Dust cover“ •usually made of paper and printed with text and illustration •paper cover used around a bound book •It gives information about the author’s qualifications and experience in writing the book •A brief statement about the book and its scope may be added normally, on the flap' of the jacket
  7. 7. COVER PAGE • Cover is a part of binding of a book • Normally it is made of thick cardboards or thick paperboards • The front cover usually gives the information about the title and author of the book • It may also give the details about the name of the publisher and place of publication
  8. 8. SPINE • This is the back of the book • Book tags are pasted on the spine of books • When books are shelved, we can only see the spine • spine normally gives the title and the name of the author • It is the back bone of the book.
  9. 9. END PAPER • End paper is the blank sheet that occurs immediately after the front cover or before the back cover
  10. 10. TITLE PAGE • It is an important source of information for cataloguers • This is normally of one page giving details Title of the book The name of the author Name of collaborators such as editor Translator or reviser Edition Name of publisher and year of publication
  11. 11. HALF TITLE PAGE • Half title leaf is the leaf that comes before the title leaf • We can see First page of book • it contain only title
  12. 12. FRONTISPICIES • The term frontispiece applies to an illustration printed opposite to the title page. • It usually reflects the idea incorporated in the book.
  13. 13. DEDICATION • Dedication is normally given on the page succeeding the title page • someone who is closely related to the author either as friend or relative
  14. 14. PREFACE • It is a part of preliminary pages • author explains the context in which he has written the book • It may also called forward or introduction
  15. 15. TABLE OF CONTENTS • lists the chapters or other sections of the book in the order in which they are presented, with necessary pagination • A list of chapter and page number Page number List of chapter
  16. 16. VERSO OF TITLE LEAF (copy right page) • Back side of title page is called verso of title leaf • Copyright year is usually available on this page • Printer’s name and address • ISBN number also given • For cataloguers, this page is an important source of information
  17. 17. LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS • This list or section indicates the presence of figures, plates, tables, maps, diagrams and etc..
  18. 18. INTRODUCTION • introduction introduces the book to the reader in order to get an over all picture regarding its usefulness in a particular context • It deals with the scope , level of book ,
  19. 19. MAIN TEXT • Running Title : Short title generally found printed on the top line of each verso page or all the pages of the book. This is called Running title. • Caption Title : If running title is given on the verso of the text, the top of the recto of each page is devoted for the section of the book deal with in the respective pages. This information is called the Caption title .
  20. 20. APPENDIXES
  21. 21. INDEX • Index normally appears at the end of the book • It is an alphabetical list of topics and page no: • This helps a reader to refer to the text
  22. 22. EXCEPTIONS • There may be exceptions to what we have mentioned earlier in this chapter. The order is not always followed. Some books may have display matter such as advertisements at the beginning or at the end
  23. 23. THANK YOU

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