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by Jennifer Andersen,Elizabeth Sauer,Stephen Orgel

  • Author: Jennifer Andersen,Elizabeth Sauer,Stephen Orgel
  • ISBN: 0812217942
  • ISBN13: 978-0812217940
  • ePub: 1119 kb | FB2: 1100 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press; First Edition edition (November 8, 2001)
  • Pages: 312
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Jennifer Andersen, Elizabeth Sauer. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012 M07 28 - 312 pages. The work demonstrates that early modern publications appeared in a wide variety of forms-from periodical literature to polemical pamphlets-and reflected the radical transformations occurring at the time in the dissemination of knowledge through the written word.

Afterword by Stephen Orgel "A fascinating collection. -History "Showcasing an innovative, interdisciplinary group of essays, Books and Readers in Early Modern England will interest scholars of bibliography, collections studies, literature, and history. This book should also prove useful in the classroom. It is only fitting that a book so productively devoted to the history of textual consumption should itself appeal to a wide audience. Jennifer Andersen, Elizabeth Sauer.

Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England. This mediation is precisely what marks it as text, exactly as that which marks the past as past is the impossibility of an unmediated engagement with it.

Book Condition: Underlining in book Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Connecting readers since 1972. Showcasing an innovative, interdisciplinary group of essays, Books and Readers in Early Modern England will interest scholars of bibliography, collections studies, literature, and history. A fascinating collection.

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Books and Readers in Early Modern England examines readers, reading, and publication practices from the Renaissance to the Restoration. The essays draw on an array of documentary evidence—from library catalogs, prefaces, title pages and dedications, marginalia, commonplace books, and letters to ink, paper, and bindings—to explore individual reading habits and experiences in a period of religious dissent, political instability, and cultural transformation.

Chapters in the volume cover oral, scribal, and print cultures, examining the emergence of the "public spheres" of reading practices. Contributors, who include Christopher Grose, Ann Hughes, David Scott Kastan, Kathleen Lynch, William Sherman, and Peter Stallybrass, investigate interactions among publishers, texts, authors, and audience. They discuss the continuity of the written word and habits of mind in the world of print, the formation and differentiation of readerships, and the increasing influence of public opinion. The work demonstrates that early modern publications appeared in a wide variety of forms—from periodical literature to polemical pamphlets—and reflected the radical transformations occurring at the time in the dissemination of knowledge through the written word. These forms were far more ephemeral, and far more widely available, than modern stereotypes of writing from this period suggest.

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