1 edition of Consuming texts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 180-226) and index.
|LC Classifications||Z1003 .C76 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2007018288|
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Consuming Texts explores the history of reading in the British Isles during a period in which the printed word became all pervasive. Beginning with an overview of recent work, it goes on to provide a series of case studies of individual readers and 3/5(5).
This volume explores the history of reading in the British Isles during a period in which the printed word became all pervasive. From wealthy readers of 'amatory fiction', through to men and women reading surreptitiously at the Victorian railway bookstall, it argues that a variety of new reading communities emerged during this period.
In Consuming the Word: The New Testament and the Eucharist in the Early Church, Dr. Scott Hahn undertakes an examination of some of Christianity's most basic terms to discover what they meant to the sacred authors, the apostolic preachers, and their first hearers.
Moreover, at a time when the Church is embarking on a New Evangelization he draws /5(). Procuring Books and Consuming Texts: The Reading Experience of a Sheffield Apprentice, Stephen M.
Colclough [Figures] This essay examines the evidence of reading recorded in the diary of a single young Englishman, the fifteen-year-old Sheffield apprentice, Joseph Hunter (). The investigation ofCited by: Consuming Religion surveys almost a century of scholarly literature on consumerism and the commodification of culture and charts the ways in which religious belief and practice have been transformed by the dominant consumer culture of the West.
community, and theological anthropology. Like more popular texts, the book takes a critical stand /5(5). Consuming Texts Readers and Reading Communities, Authors: Colclough, Stephen Free PreviewBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Simon Eliot teaches this course, as "Printing, Publishing, and Consuming Texts in Britain and Its Empire, –"& Michael Turner teaches a precursor course, "Publishing History, –".
Get this from a library. Consuming texts: readers and reading communites, [Stephen Colclough] -- "Consuming Texts explores the history of reading in the British Isles during a period in which the printed word became all-pervasive.
Beginning with. Eating and consuming texts is a ubiquitous analogy for internalizing the contents of texts by reading and memorization. The idea of textual consumption reflects a widespread tendency to equate humans and written texts by their interiority and exteriority: books and people both have material bodies, yet both seem to contain immaterial ideas.
Her commonplace book is equally revealing, however, suggesting that she must often have read with its 27 categories very much in mind. This suggests that in order to understand how readers made sense of texts we need to discover as much evidence about them as possible by gathering together a variety of : Stephen Colclough.
Introduction: Consuming Texts Reading Has a History Reworking the Word: Readers and Their Manuscript Books, Diversities of Reading Practice, The Circulating Library, Book Club and Subscription Library- Readers and Reading Communities, Communal Practice and Individual Response- Reading in the Late-Romantic 3/5(4).
Book Description. The buying, selling, and writing of books is a colossal industry in which marketing looms large, yet there are very few books which deal with book marketing (how-to texts excepted) and fewer still on book consumption.
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Colclough. The Marketing and Consumption of Literature. Consuming Books. DOI link for Consuming Books. Consuming Books book. The Marketing and Consumption of Literature. Edited By Stephen Brown. Edition 1st Edition. yet there are very few books which deal with book marketing (how-to texts excepted) and fewer still on book consumption.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Reading a book, as opposed to consuming a book, is an act of dialogue, one that the reader engages in to see if s/he can commune with the Text that the Author has composed, a communion that is almost as mystical and timeless as the.
Introduction: Consuming Texts --Reading Has a History --Reworking the Word: Readers and Their Manuscript Books, --Diversities of Reading Practice, --The Circulating Library, Book Club and Subscription Library- Readers and Reading Communities, --Communal Practice and Individual Response- Reading in the Late-Romantic.
consuming and creating texts that examine complex concepts (Frey & Fischer, ; Morrison, Bryan, & Chilcoat, ; Berkowitz & Packer, ). Students and teachers can use comics to examine personal experiences in the form of narratives related Cited by:. Consuming Religion surveys almost a century of scholarly literature on consumerism and the commodification of culture and charts the ways in which religious belief and practice have been transformed by the dominant consumer culture of the West.
community, and theological anthropology. Like more popular texts, the book takes a critical stand.not only in reading (consuming) texts employing multiple modalities, but also in composing in multiple modalities, if they hope to communicate successfully within the digital communication networks that characterize workplaces, schools, civic life, and span traditional cultural, national, and geopolitical Size: KB.
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