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The Edinburgh history of reading, Volumes 1-4

The Edinburgh history of reading, Volumes 1-4
The Edinburgh history of reading, Volumes 1-4
Analyses the traces that readers across the ages have left behind
Bringing together the latest scholarship from all over the world on topics ranging from reading practices in ancient China to the workings of the twenty-first-century reading brain, the 4 volumes of the Edinburgh History of Reading demonstrate that reading is a deeply imbricated, socio-political practice, at once personal and public, defiant and obedient. It is often materially ephemeral, but it can also be emotionally and intellectually enduring.
Edinburgh University Press
Hammond, Mary
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Rose, Jonathan
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Hammond, Mary
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Rose, Jonathan
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Hammond, Mary and Rose, Jonathan (eds.) (2020) The Edinburgh history of reading, Volumes 1-4 , vol. 1 to 4, Edinburgh. Edinburgh University Press, 2000pp.

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Analyses the traces that readers across the ages have left behind
Bringing together the latest scholarship from all over the world on topics ranging from reading practices in ancient China to the workings of the twenty-first-century reading brain, the 4 volumes of the Edinburgh History of Reading demonstrate that reading is a deeply imbricated, socio-political practice, at once personal and public, defiant and obedient. It is often materially ephemeral, but it can also be emotionally and intellectually enduring.

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e-pub ahead of print date: May 2020
Published date: 2020

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Editor: Mary Hammond
Editor: Jonathan Rose

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