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From Press to Readers: Studies in the Materiality Of Print Culture

Jean-Louis HAQUETTE,Helga MEISE
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The seven articles in this volume, written by French and German specialists in book history, address various aspects of the materiality of print culture, examining both the processes of book production and the paths of book circulation. They explore notions of composition, collection and circulation of texts and images, from manuscript to books designed for specific readers. They are based on a variety of sources from archive documents to the study of specific manuscript or printed copies. The perspective is transnational, taking at Gutenberg's Europe as a space for the circulation of print, and concerns early modernity, from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries.
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Date de première publication du titre 16 mai 2024
ISBN 9782374962177
EAN-13 9782374962177
Référence 127105-44
Nombre de pages de contenu principal 184
Format 14.8 x 21 x 1.6 cm
Poids 250 g

From Press to Readers, Studies in the Materiality of Print Culture
Jean-Louis Haquette & Helga Meise

Second-Hand Books, Second-Rate Culture? The Library of a Bourgeois at the Dawn of the 15th Century (Le Mesnagier de Paris)
Karin Ueltschi

Travelling Libraries. The Intertextuality of Sources on the Experience of Travel in Early Modern Journals of the Grand Tour
Jill Bepler

Frankfurt's Book and Art Market in the 17th Century. Annotations on Prices and Wages
Andrea Pühringer

Johann Philipp Thelott and his Account-Book. A Previously Unknown Record for Mid-17th Century Publishing and Book-Trade
Holger Th. Gräf

"Ruiner la galanterie". D'Aubignac's Les Conseils d'Ariste A Celimene, sur les moyens de conserver sa Reputation (1666) and its Transfer to the German-Speaking Countries
Helga Meise 

Milton in Veneto. The Circulation of the First Illustrated Italian Translation of Paradise Lost
Jean-Louis Haquette

Knowing how to Acquire for Bern. Remarks on the Donation Policy for the Bernese Public Library
(17th/18th Centuries)
Thomas Nicklas

About the authors

The seven articles in this volume, written by French and German specialists in book history, address various aspects of the materiality of print culture, examining both the processes of book production and the paths of book circulation. They explore notions of composition, collection and circulation of texts and images, from manuscript to books designed for specific readers. They are based on a variety of sources from archive documents to the study of specific manuscript or printed copies. The perspective is transnational, taking at Gutenberg's Europe as a space for the circulation of print, and concerns early modernity, from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries.

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