2 edition of Pasted-in embellishments in English manuscripts and printed books c. 1480-1533 found in the catalog.
Pasted-in embellishments in English manuscripts and printed books c. 1480-1533
Mary Carpenter Erler
Written in English
Reprinted from The Library, 6th series,vol. XIV, no. 3 (September 1992), p. 186-206.
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Author: ERLER, Mary C. ; Publication year: Language: English ; Abstract: Reference to continental books places English examples in a broader tradition, one in which manuscript conventions were being adapted to accommodate those of print, for example through.
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“Pasted-In Embellishments in English Manuscripts and Printed Books c. The Library 6 th ser. 14 (), pp. “Davies’s Astraea and Other Contexts of the Countess of Pembroke’s ‘A Dialogue,’” Studies in English Literature 30 (), pp.
See Mary Erler, "Pasted-In Embellishments in English Manuscripts and Printed Books, c. " The Library 6, no. 14 (): Bodleian MS Do a fifteenth-century book of hours, is an example of a manuscript.
Women and Writing, cc the Domestication of Print Culture Anne Lawrence-Mathers and Phillipa Hardman (Editors) The transition from medieval manuscript to early printed book is currently a major topic of academic interest, but has received very little attention in terms of women's involvement, a gap which the essays in this volume.
This chapter is about beghards in Maastricht who, aroundcollected more than single-leaf woodcut prints and engravings and glued them into an elaborate book of hours, th. Many of the fifteenth-century prints which survive were pasted to the inside front covers or flyleaves of personal prayerbooks, whether printed or manuscript (Erler, Erler, M.C.
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Woolf reaches the following conclusion concerning the Book of Martyrs: “Few works were as lavish as the and editions of Foxe’s Acts and Monuments, a work the author of which had himself ruthlessly pillaged the.
Erler, 'Pasted-In Embellishments'. LONDON BOOKS I N MA N U SCRIPT A ND PRJ NT, C. A liturgical book printed in Paris in for the English market, Expositio hymnorum totius anni secundum usnrn (sic) Sarum and Expositio.
Books containing both manuscript and print items were once common entities, just as it was customary to combine several printed texts into a collective binding, a Sammelband.
This article discusses various ways that the two media, the handwritten and the printed, coincided and complemented each other in books from the hand-press era. That handwriting continued to be Cited by: 1. INTRODUCTION TO SCHOLARLY EDITING - Rare Book School. Prestige, Authority and Power in Late Medieval Manuscripts and Texts d:/3riddy/frontis.3d ± 31/7/0 ± ± /mp Plate 1.
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