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    The title page of a book (or other written work) is the page at or near the front which displays its title and usually additional information like author's/editor's name, the publisher and the place and date of publication.

     

    Dutch: titelpagina
    French: page de titre
    German: Titelseite
    Italian: frontespizio
    Portuguese: folha de rosto
    Russian: ти́тульный лист, ти́тул
    Spanish: Portada

    Related Term(s): Front matter


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    Contributors: Xavier Álvarez

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