The more famous book, by Rabindranath Tagore, was published in 1913. There is a Bengali book of the same name published in 1910.
The first copyright law went into effect in 1710.
It is either the date of creation or the date of first publication.
No, a copyright date is the first date of publication and an imprint date can be many years later, e.g., a later edition based upon the original copyright date.
Welcome to the Dead House is copyright 1992.
publishers date is when the work was first printed... copyright date is when the work was first copyrigted... i don't believe they are different to often but I could be wrong... copyright dates usually have the the copyright symbol next to them (that little c in the circle) so you can tell them apart
The author of ' Gitanjali ' is Rabindranath Tagore. Gitanjali bought him the Nobel prize for literature. Thus, he became the first Asian to receive Nobel Prize.
The date on a copyright notice will indicate one of two things. Either the when copyright became effective (when the work ewas initially finished) or first date of publication.
Typically the first copyright date will be the date it was first completed, and later dates will indicate later editions. Just grabbing the first book at hand, I see the copyright dates are given as 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, and 1960; the copyright date for this particular instance of the book is then 1960.
When first published in 1810
The copyright date is 1997.