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Literary Sociability in Early Modern England : the Epistolary Record

Author: Paul Trolander
Publisher: Newark : University of Delaware Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Using the letter as its main evidence, Literary Sociability in Early Modern England: The Epistolary Record examines early-modern English literary networks, especially during the period 1620 to 1720, finding that author manuscripts were increasingly understood as seedbeds of knowledge production and humanistic creativity and therefore as natural predecessors to print. Early modern authors, patrons and even regulators  Read more...
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Trolander, Paul, 1956-
Literary Sociability in Early Modern England
(DLC) 2014005971
(OCoLC)870985176
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Trolander
ISBN: 9781611494983 1611494982
OCLC Number: 881183966
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Figures; Tables; Acknowledgments; 1 Changing the Way We Theorize Early Modern Literary Sociability; 2 Technologies, Infrastructure, and Class; 3 Finding One's Place in the Early Modern Literary Field; 4 Making Sense of the Conversational and Cooperative Aspects of Literary Networking; 5 Subject Positions in Early Modern Literary Networks; 6 Cooperative Aspects of Early Modern Literary Activity; 7 Cultural Capital Formation Among Early Modern Literary Networks; 8 The Cultural Economics of Brokering within Literary Networks; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; About the Author.
Responsibility: Paul Trolander.

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Using the letter as its main evidence, Literary Sociability in Early Modern England: The Epistolary Record examines early-modern English literary networks, especially during the period 1620 to 1720, finding that author manuscripts were increasingly understood as seedbeds of knowledge production and humanistic creativity and therefore as natural predecessors to print. Early modern authors, patrons and even regulators cultivated the letter and theories of friendship to build literary networks that could collaborate on writing pro.

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