November 2011
Petits Propos Culinaires;Nov2011, Issue 93, p16
Academic Journal
The article explores the works of author Reverend Richard Warner and the copyright and plagiarism issues he faced. It cites that Warner was the presented and editor of the "Antiquitates Culinariae." It notes that Warner was accused of copyright infringement of using engraved plate of the Peacock Feast in the forematter of the book "Antiquitates Culinariae," which was in breach of copyright which resulted to the withdrawal of Warner's work containing the plate.


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