A preface () or proem () is an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the work's author. An introductory essay written by a different person is a foreword and precedes an author's preface. The preface often closes with acknowledgments of those who assisted in the literary work. A preface generally covers the story of how the book came into being, or how the idea for the book was developed; this is often followed by thanks and acknowledgments to people who were helpful to the author during the time of writing.

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  • Avant-propos ​ es un término en francés y uno de los sinónimos o casi-sinónimos de prefacio; con total certeza, los términos Foreword, Avant-propos, y Prefacio, en varios contextos son tratados como sinónimos, y como equivalentes uno respecto de los otros en los idiomas inglés, francés, y español, respectivamente. ​ Este término avant-propos, que no es más que la traducción literal de prosfatio (pros-fatio en latín significa ante-propósito), fue empleado en francés desde el siglo XVI. ​ El avant-propos, así como el prefacio, tienen por objeto dar indicaciones útiles sobre el plan del libro y el objetivo que el mismo pretende alcanzar. El avant-propos no siempre dispensa de una . Así por ejemplo, Voltaire utilizó ambos al inicio de su obra Essai sur les mœurs et l'esprit des nations. Según Émile Littré, « el primero en utilizar avant-propos como prólogo, fue en su obra titulada Dialogues;​ y al comienzo se burlaban de él » por haber introducido esta innovación.​ (es)
  • A preface () or proem () is an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the work's author. An introductory essay written by a different person is a foreword and precedes an author's preface. The preface often closes with acknowledgments of those who assisted in the literary work. A preface generally covers the story of how the book came into being, or how the idea for the book was developed; this is often followed by thanks and acknowledgments to people who were helpful to the author during the time of writing. A preface is usually signed (and the date and place of writing often follow the typeset signature); a foreword by another person is always signed. Information essential to the main text is generally placed in a set of explanatory notes, or perhaps in an "Introduction" that may be paginated with Arabic numerals, rather than in the preface. The term preface can also mean any preliminary or introductory statement. It is sometimes abbreviated pref. Preface comes from the Latin, meaning either "spoken before" (prae and fatia) or "made before" (prae + factum). While the former source of the word could have preface meaning the same as prologue, the latter strongly implies an introduction written before the body of the book. With this meaning of stated intention, British publishing up to at least the middle of the twentieth century distinguished between preface and introduction. (en)
  • Prakata atau prawajah adalah sebuah pengenalan dari sebuah buku atau karya sastra lainnya buatan pengarang karya tersebut. Sebuah esai pengantar yang ditulis oleh orang berbeda adalah dan mendahului prakata pengarang. Prakata seringkali dekat dengan pengetahuan orang-orang yang membantu pengerjaan sastra tersebut. (in)
  • L’avant-propos (abrégé « av.-pr. ») est l’un des synonymes de préface. Ce terme, qui n’est que la traduction mot à mot de prosfatio, a été usité en français dès le XVIe siècle. L’avant-propos, comme la préface, a pour objet de donner des indications utiles sur le plan et le but du livre. L’avant-propos ne dispense pas toujours d’une introduction. Ainsi, Voltaire a placé l’un et l’autre en tête de son Essai sur les mœurs. Selon Émile Littré, « le premier qui mit en œuvre avant-propos pour prologue, fut Louis Lecharrond en ses Dialogues ; dont on se mocquoit au commencement ». (fr)
  • 추천서문(推薦序文)은 책이나 문학 작품의 시작 부분이나 다른 부분에서 서언(序言 또는 緖言) 이전에 쓰였던 글의 부분이다. 추천사(推薦詞)라고도 하며, 보통 저자 이외의 다른 사람에 의해 쓰인다. 반대로, 서문(序文)은 작품의 저자에 의해 쓰여지며, 때때로 이들 용어는 서로 혼용되어 사용되기도 한다. 종종 추천서문은 추천서문의 저자와 작품이나 작품의 저자와의 상호 영향을 알려 주며, 작품의 나중 판에 쓰이는 추천서문은 이전 판과 어떤 점이 다른지에 대해 설명하기도 한다. 일반적으로 작품의 저자가 쓴 서문은 추천서문의 뒤에 두며, 서문과 달리 추천서문은 항상 서명을 한다. (ko)
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  • Prakata atau prawajah adalah sebuah pengenalan dari sebuah buku atau karya sastra lainnya buatan pengarang karya tersebut. Sebuah esai pengantar yang ditulis oleh orang berbeda adalah dan mendahului prakata pengarang. Prakata seringkali dekat dengan pengetahuan orang-orang yang membantu pengerjaan sastra tersebut. (in)
  • L’avant-propos (abrégé « av.-pr. ») est l’un des synonymes de préface. Ce terme, qui n’est que la traduction mot à mot de prosfatio, a été usité en français dès le XVIe siècle. L’avant-propos, comme la préface, a pour objet de donner des indications utiles sur le plan et le but du livre. L’avant-propos ne dispense pas toujours d’une introduction. Ainsi, Voltaire a placé l’un et l’autre en tête de son Essai sur les mœurs. Selon Émile Littré, « le premier qui mit en œuvre avant-propos pour prologue, fut Louis Lecharrond en ses Dialogues ; dont on se mocquoit au commencement ». (fr)
  • 추천서문(推薦序文)은 책이나 문학 작품의 시작 부분이나 다른 부분에서 서언(序言 또는 緖言) 이전에 쓰였던 글의 부분이다. 추천사(推薦詞)라고도 하며, 보통 저자 이외의 다른 사람에 의해 쓰인다. 반대로, 서문(序文)은 작품의 저자에 의해 쓰여지며, 때때로 이들 용어는 서로 혼용되어 사용되기도 한다. 종종 추천서문은 추천서문의 저자와 작품이나 작품의 저자와의 상호 영향을 알려 주며, 작품의 나중 판에 쓰이는 추천서문은 이전 판과 어떤 점이 다른지에 대해 설명하기도 한다. 일반적으로 작품의 저자가 쓴 서문은 추천서문의 뒤에 두며, 서문과 달리 추천서문은 항상 서명을 한다. (ko)
  • A preface () or proem () is an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the work's author. An introductory essay written by a different person is a foreword and precedes an author's preface. The preface often closes with acknowledgments of those who assisted in the literary work. A preface generally covers the story of how the book came into being, or how the idea for the book was developed; this is often followed by thanks and acknowledgments to people who were helpful to the author during the time of writing. (en)
  • Avant-propos ​ es un término en francés y uno de los sinónimos o casi-sinónimos de prefacio; con total certeza, los términos Foreword, Avant-propos, y Prefacio, en varios contextos son tratados como sinónimos, y como equivalentes uno respecto de los otros en los idiomas inglés, francés, y español, respectivamente. ​ El avant-propos no siempre dispensa de una . Así por ejemplo, Voltaire utilizó ambos al inicio de su obra Essai sur les mœurs et l'esprit des nations. (es)
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  • Preface (en)
  • Avant-propos (es)
  • Avant-propos (fr)
  • Prakata (in)
  • 추천서문 (ko)
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