Marginalia

readers writing in books

By Jackson, H. J.

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ISBN
978-0-30008-816-8
Publisher
New Haven : Yale University Press, c2001.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on March 1, 2001

Marginalia, which generally refers to handwritten or printed text located in the margins of a page, have been around practically as long as there have been margins to write in. Nowadays, people have mixed or strong feelings about writing in a book and often don't understand why some readers do it; libraries, of course, do not encourage patrons to annotate their materials. These doubts shift, however, when marginalia are associated with a historic or a public figure. Jackson (English, Univ. of Toronto) belie...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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