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Beatrice Arduini, Dante's Convivio: The Creation of a Cultural Icon, Florence: F. Cesati Press, 2020.Learn more
Lisa Jane Graham and Geoffrey Turnovsky, eds. "Looking for Readings in Early Modern France: Forum," French Historical Studies41, 3 (August 2018).Learn more
"Literary History Meets the History of Reading: The Case of La Princesse de Clèves and its (Non)readers," French Historical Studies 41, 3 (August 2018): 427-447.Learn more
"Chroniques des Chroniques du samedi : l'invention d'un manuscrit," tr. Cécile Soudan, Les Dossiers du Grihl 2 (2017), https://journals.openedition.org/dossiersgrihl/6795Learn more
"Crying into Print: Sentimental Reading, Spiritual Exaltation, and Typographic Standardization," The Romanic Review 107, 1-4 (2016): 103-126.Learn more
Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Touched by an Author: Books and 'Intensive' Reading in the Late Eighteenth Century," Precarious Alliances: Cultures of Participation in Print and Other Media, ed. Martin Butler, Albrecht Hausmann, Anton Kirchhofer (Bielefeld, Germany: transcript Verlag, 2016), 135-155Learn more
Beatrice Arduini, "Dante's Convivio Between Manuscript and Print." The Pre-Modern Book in a Global Context: Materiality and Visuality, ed. Marilynn R. Desmond, Mediaevalia 41 (2020). 163-188.Learn more