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Autobiographies are often vanity projects, but there’s a sensible modesty to this book, whose title page lists Waters as author with Cristina Mueller and Bob Carrau.
Though giving credit to the co-author is becoming increasingly common—if not on the cover than on the title page—there are plenty of reasons people opt for ghostwriters instead.
That meant not just scanning the covers and title pages, but the spines and all interior pages of the books—all while preventing further damage to these century-old objects, Buffenstein reports.
The next book De Simone showed me was Jefferson's own copy of the Federalist Papers, a first edition given to him by Elizabeth Hamilton, wife of his enemy Alexander Hamilton, with her name written in delicate script on the title page.
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Definition of title page for English Language Learners
: a page in the front of a book that includes the book's title
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