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Ferris, Ina

Bookish Histories

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Towards a Bookish Literary History
Ina Ferris, Paul Keen

Part I. Reconfiguring Literary History

2. Wild Bibliography: The Rise and Fall of Book History in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Jon Klancher

3. ‘Uncommon Animals’: Making Virtue of Necessity in the Age of Authors
Paul Keen

4. ‘This Enormous Contagion of Paper and Print’: Making Literary History in the Age of Steam
William R. McKelvy

Part II. Books in the Everyday

5. Canons’ Clockwork: Novels for Everyday Use
Deidre Lynch

6. Book-Love and the Remaking of Literary Culture in the Romantic Periodical
Ina Ferris

7. The Art of Sharing: Reading in the Romantic Miscellany
Andrew Piper

8. Getting the Reading Out of It: Paper Recycling in Mayhew’s London
Leah Price

Part III. Remapping the Literary Field

9. Reading Collections: The Literary Discourse of Eighteenth-Century Libraries
Barbara M. Benedict

10. Imagining Hegel: Bookish Forms and the Romantic Synopticon
Michael Macovski

11. ‘The Society of Agreeable and Worthy Companions’: Bookishness and Manuscript Culture after 1750
Betty A. Schellenberg

12. The Practice and Poetics of Curlism: Print, Obscenity, and the Merryland Pamphlets in the Career of Edmund Curll
Thomas Keymer

13. Charlatanism and Resentment in London’s Eighteenth-Century Literary Marketplace
Simon During

Keywords: History, Cultural History, Sociology of Culture, Literature, general, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Cultural Anthropology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Cultures of Print
Page amount
293 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230244801
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-30786-9

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