Kintgen explains the differences between the way contemporary readers and those of the sixteenth century interpreted texts. He draws fascinating and convincing conclusions about the practice of reading, and successfully relates his arguements to the fields of literary studies and cognitive science.

Reading in Tudor England 1996, University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN-13: 9780822939399

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Reading in Tudor England 1996, University of Pittsburgh Press

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