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This development, in the later Middle Ages, anticipated the modern world's prizing of individualism" (26).

Each essay provides medievalists and scholars of early modern literature and culture an overview of scholarship relevant to the particular topic and new contributions to our understanding of reading and literacy in the past and present. This development, in the later Middle Ages, anticipated the modern world's prizing of individualism" (26).

Moulton, Ian Frederick, e. Reading and Literacy in the Middle Ages . As a group, they concentrate on what texts and books themselves tell us about reading practices during the late medieval and early modern periods. Reading and Literacy in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ( Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance 8), Turnholt, Brepols, 2004; cloth; pp. xvii, 193; 1 b/w illustration; RRP €55; ISBN 2503513964. The nine articles in this volume dedicated to the history of reading and literacy in Western Europe (primarily England) between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries ably address and extend this field of study.

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But new cultural factors-including the growth of commerce, the new learning of the Renaissance (which was based on newly discovered classical texts), Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of a printing press using movable type, and a substantial expansion of lay literacy-widened the circle of book collectors to include wealthy merchants whose libraries contained herbals, books of law and medicine, and.

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Iter was created for the advancement of learning in the study and teaching of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700) through the development o. .Iter is a not-for-profit partnership of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) at Arizona State University, the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) at Victoria University in the University of Toronto, the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, the Renaissance Society of America, the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, and the University of Toronto Library. Materials for this collection provided by Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

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It not surprising that the development of the internet and related electronic technologies has coincided with an academic interest in the history of reading. Using and transmitting texts in new ways, scholars have become increasingly aware of the precise ways in which manuscripts and printed books transmitted texts to early modern readers. This volume collects nine essays on reading and literacy in Europe from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries. Topics include: the function of marginalia in vernacular medieval manuscripts; the trope of reading in the fourteenth century; the definition of literacy in early modern England; marginalia and reading practices in early modern Italy; revision of medieval texts in the Renaissance; the prevalence of translated French poetry in sixteenth century England; the use of poems as props in the plays of Shakespeare; the private reading of the playscripts of masques; early modern women's reading practices. These essays demonstrate the energy and excitement of the rapidly developing field of the history of reading. They will appeal to those interested in European cultural history, the transition from manuscript to print culture, the history of literacy, and the history of the book.