No 5 (2007)

Verbal and Visual Interactions in Nineteenth-Century Print Culture

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This issue, guest edited by Luisa Calè and Patrizia Di Bello, focuses on scraps and marginalia in nineteenth-century visual and print culture.

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: Verbal and Visual Interactions in Nineteenth-Century Print Culture Abstract PDF
Luisa Calè, Patrizia Di Bello
‘And Wot does the Catlog tell me?' Some Social Meanings of Nineteenth-Century Catalogues and Gallery Guides Abstract PDF Gallery
Catherine Flood
Scraps and Sketches: Miscellaneity, Commodity Culture and Comic Prints, 1820-40 Abstract PDF GALLERY
Brian Maidment
Moving Books/Moving Images: Optical Recreations and Children's Publishing 1800-1900 Abstract PDF GALLERY
John Plunkett
Working with Glass: Strategies of Representation in Mid-Nineteenth Century Glass Factory Tourist Narratives Abstract PDF
Katherine Inglis
Curating Gothic Nightmares Abstract PDF
Heather Tilley

Forum

Scraps on the Album Abstract PDF
Luisa Calè, Patrizia Di Bello
'A Storehouse of Past and Present Manners and Customs': the Private Scrapbook becomes a Communal Record in the Journals of William Hone Abstract PDF GALLERY
Louis James


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