The following bibliographical resources were used for the preparation of the book Alle origini del copyright e del diritto d’autore. Tecnologia, interessi e cambiamento giuridico(The Origin of Copyright and Droit D’Auteur. Technology, Interests, and Legal Change) by Umberto Izzo, published by Carocci, Rome in 2010. Nevertheless this bibliography is in progress and it will be expanded and updated over the time.

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s.n., A Sixth Century Copyright Suit, in “Scientific American”, 76, 1897, p. 52;

Aa.Vv., Anglo-American Copyright, in “The North American Review”, 146, 1888, pp. 67 ss.;

Abrams H. B., The Historic Foundation of American Copyright Law: Exploding the Myth of Common Law Copyright, in “Wayne Law Review”, 29, 1983, pp. 1119 ss.;

Abrams M. H., Lo specchio e la lampada: la teoria romantica e la tradizione critica, Il Mulino, Bologna 1976 (ed. orig. The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1952);

Aide C., A More Comprehensive Soul: Romantic Conceptions of Authorship and the Copyright Doctrine of Moral Right, in “University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review”, 48, 1990, pp. 211 ss.;

Alengry F., Condorcet: guide de la révolution française, (reimpression de l’édition de Paris, 1904), Slatkine Reprints, Genève 1971;

Alexander I., Criminalising Copyright: A Story of Publishers, Pirates and Pieces of Eight, in “Cambridge Law Journal”, 66, 2007, pp. 625 ss.;

Alford W. P., To Steal a Book Is an Elegant Offense: Intellectual Property Law in Chinese Civilization, Stanford University Press, Stanford Ca. 1995;

Allison J. R., Lin L., The Evolution of Chinese Attitudes Toward Property Rights in Invention and Discovery, 2000;

Alschuler A. W., Rediscovering Blackstone, in “University of Pennsylvania Law Review”, 145, 1996, pp. 1 ss.;

Alston L., Eggertsson T., North D. C. (eds.), Empirical Studies in Institutional Change, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1996;

Amar M., Dei diritti degli autori di opere dell’ingegno, Bocca, Torino 1874;

Amory H., Hall D. D. (eds.), A History of the Book in America, vol. 1, The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-New York 2000;

Arber E., A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers of London, 1554-1640 A.D., Stationer’s Company, London 1875-77;

Armstrong E., English Purchases of Printed Books from the Continent 1465-1526, in “The English Historical Review”, 94, 1979, pp. 268 ss;

Armstrong E., Before Copyright. The French Book Privilege System 1428-1526, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1990;

Ascarelli T., Teoria della concorrenza e dei beni immateriali. Istituzioni di diritto industriale, Giuffrè, Milano 1960;

Astbury R., The Renewel of the Licensing Act in 1693 and Its Lapse in 1695, in “The Library”, 33, 1978, pp. 296 ss.;

Auteri P., Floridia G., Mangini V., Olivieri G., Ricolfi M., Spada P., Diritto industriale. Proprietà intellettuale e concorrenza3, Giappichelli, Torino 2009;

Avrin L., Scribes, Script and Book: The Books Arts from Antiquity to the Reinassance, American Library Association, Chicago-London 1991;