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A history of reading in the West / edited by Guglielmo Cavallo and Roger Chartier ; translated by Lydia G. Cochrane.

Contributor(s): Cavallo, Guglielmo [edt, aut] | Chartier, Roger [edt, aut] | Svenbro, Jesper [aut] | Parkes, M. B [aut] | Hamesse, Jacqueline [aut] | Saenger, Paul [aut] | Bonfil, Robert [aut] | Grafton, Anthony [aut] | Giomont, Jean-François [aut] | Julia, Dominique [aut] | Wittmann, Reinhard [aut] | Lyons, Martyn [aut] | Petrucci, Armando [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studies in print culture and the history of the book. Publisher: Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1999Description: viii, 478 str. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1558494111.Subject(s): knjiga -- čitanje -- Europa | povijest čitanja | pisana komunikacija -- Europa -- povijest
Contents:
Introduction / Guhlielmmo Cavallo and Roger Chartier : The Greek and Hellenistic world: diversity in practice -- Reading in Rome: new texts and new books -- The Middle ages: from monastic writing to scholastic rading -- The Modern age: geographical variations in reading -- Revolutions -- Typology -- Reading between constraing and invention
1. Archaic and classical Greece: the invention of silent reading / Jesper Svenbro : The vocabulary of reading in Greek -- The triple lesson of verbs signifying 'to read' -- The 'I' and the voice -- Silent reading -- the theatrical model -- Staged writing and writing in the soul -- Athens: the alphabet on stage
2. Between 'Voluimen' and Codex: reading in the Roman world / Guglielmo Cavallo : The birth of a reading public -- Ways to read -- New spaces for reading -- 'Volumen' and Codex: from recreational reading to normative reading
3. Reading, copying and interpreting a text in the Early Middle ages / M. B. Parkes : Reading for the salvation of one's soul -- Reading aloud and silent reading -- The written word as visible language -- New developments in the presentation of texts -- Christian exegesis and the interpretation of texts -- The development of punctuation -- The presentation of vernacular texts
4. The scholastic model of reading / Jacqueline Hamesse : From rumination to lectura -- reference to Auctoritates -- Intellectual working tools -- Why Florilegia and abridgements were so successful -- The role of the religious orders -- Humanistic compilations -- The decline of the scholastic model
5. Reading in the Later Middle ages / Paul Saenger : The twelfth century -- Autorship -- Book production -- Canonical world separation and changes in scholastic grammatical theory -- Written culture in the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
6. Reading in the Jewish communities of Western Europe in the Middle ages / Robert Bonfil : The book and the reading in the domain of the sacred -- the book and reading in the urban setting -- Crisis of authority and repressive policies -- Reading and society: toward the open book -- Study as religious ritual -- The synagogue as public library -- Holy language, vernacular languages -- Reading as religious ritual: persistence of medieval modes -- Individual reading: the organization of graphic space -- The iconography of reading -- The spaces of reading -- Orality and writing: the need for mediation -- The doubling of fields of reading
7. The humanist as reader / Anthony Grafton : Books for the beach and for the battlefield -- 'The unmediated text' -- Classicism and the classics: the text and its frame -- Meeting the middlemen: Cartolai, printers and readers -- Meeting the intermediaries: the schoolmaster and the reader -- In the study -- Huet: the end of tradition
8. Protestant reformations and reading / Jean-Françoise Gilmont : Printing in the people's language -- The dangers of reading -- Plural readings -- The appropriation and circulation of texts -- The authority of writing
9. Reading and the counter-reformation / Dominique Julia : The conciliar texts -- Reading the Bible -- reading and the clergy -- Reading among faithful -- Catechisms -- What the illiterate read
10. Reading matter and 'popular' reading: from the Renaissance to the seventeenth century / Roger Chartier : Shared reading -- The popular market for print -- Contrasting appropriations -- Reading aloud, silent reading -- Publishing formulas and text types -- reading styles
11. Was there a reading revolution at the end of the eighteenth century? / Reinhard Wittmann : The world of readers -- Old and new forms of reading in the eighteenth century -- The 'reading mania' -- Reading tastes and the book trade -- Lending libraries and reading societies
12. New readers in the nineteenth century: women, children, workers / Martyn Lyons : The female reader: occupying a space of her own -- The child as a reader: from classroom learning to reading for pleasure -- The working classes: prescribed reading, improvised reading -- The persistence of oral reading
13. Reading to read: a future for reading / Armando Petrucci : How much do people read, and where do they read? -- Control and limits -- Canon and classification -- A crisis in reading, a crisis in production -- Contestation of the Canon -- Other readings -- Reading disorders -- Modes of reading -- The absence of canons and new canons
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Prijevod djela: Storia della lettura nel mondo occidentale

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Introduction / Guhlielmmo Cavallo and Roger Chartier : The Greek and Hellenistic world: diversity in practice -- Reading in Rome: new texts and new books -- The Middle ages: from monastic writing to scholastic rading -- The Modern age: geographical variations in reading -- Revolutions -- Typology -- Reading between constraing and invention

1. Archaic and classical Greece: the invention of silent reading / Jesper Svenbro : The vocabulary of reading in Greek -- The triple lesson of verbs signifying 'to read' -- The 'I' and the voice -- Silent reading -- the theatrical model -- Staged writing and writing in the soul -- Athens: the alphabet on stage

2. Between 'Voluimen' and Codex: reading in the Roman world / Guglielmo Cavallo : The birth of a reading public -- Ways to read -- New spaces for reading -- 'Volumen' and Codex: from recreational reading to normative reading

3. Reading, copying and interpreting a text in the Early Middle ages / M. B. Parkes : Reading for the salvation of one's soul -- Reading aloud and silent reading -- The written word as visible language -- New developments in the presentation of texts -- Christian exegesis and the interpretation of texts -- The development of punctuation -- The presentation of vernacular texts

4. The scholastic model of reading / Jacqueline Hamesse : From rumination to lectura -- reference to Auctoritates -- Intellectual working tools -- Why Florilegia and abridgements were so successful -- The role of the religious orders -- Humanistic compilations -- The decline of the scholastic model

5. Reading in the Later Middle ages / Paul Saenger : The twelfth century -- Autorship -- Book production -- Canonical world separation and changes in scholastic grammatical theory -- Written culture in the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth centuries

6. Reading in the Jewish communities of Western Europe in the Middle ages / Robert Bonfil : The book and the reading in the domain of the sacred -- the book and reading in the urban setting -- Crisis of authority and repressive policies -- Reading and society: toward the open book -- Study as religious ritual -- The synagogue as public library -- Holy language, vernacular languages -- Reading as religious ritual: persistence of medieval modes -- Individual reading: the organization of graphic space -- The iconography of reading -- The spaces of reading -- Orality and writing: the need for mediation -- The doubling of fields of reading

7. The humanist as reader / Anthony Grafton : Books for the beach and for the battlefield -- 'The unmediated text' -- Classicism and the classics: the text and its frame -- Meeting the middlemen: Cartolai, printers and readers -- Meeting the intermediaries: the schoolmaster and the reader -- In the study -- Huet: the end of tradition

8. Protestant reformations and reading / Jean-Françoise Gilmont : Printing in the people's language -- The dangers of reading -- Plural readings -- The appropriation and circulation of texts -- The authority of writing

9. Reading and the counter-reformation / Dominique Julia : The conciliar texts -- Reading the Bible -- reading and the clergy -- Reading among faithful -- Catechisms -- What the illiterate read

10. Reading matter and 'popular' reading: from the Renaissance to the seventeenth century / Roger Chartier : Shared reading -- The popular market for print -- Contrasting appropriations -- Reading aloud, silent reading -- Publishing formulas and text types -- reading styles

11. Was there a reading revolution at the end of the eighteenth century? / Reinhard Wittmann : The world of readers -- Old and new forms of reading in the eighteenth century -- The 'reading mania' -- Reading tastes and the book trade -- Lending libraries and reading societies

12. New readers in the nineteenth century: women, children, workers / Martyn Lyons : The female reader: occupying a space of her own -- The child as a reader: from classroom learning to reading for pleasure -- The working classes: prescribed reading, improvised reading -- The persistence of oral reading

13. Reading to read: a future for reading / Armando Petrucci : How much do people read, and where do they read? -- Control and limits -- Canon and classification -- A crisis in reading, a crisis in production -- Contestation of the Canon -- Other readings -- Reading disorders -- Modes of reading -- The absence of canons and new canons

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