Next week: How books were read
We hope you have enjoyed the second week of our course, and thanks for all of your comments and insight.
Next week, we will be exploring how books were read in Western Europe between 1450 and 1800 including
- Personal stories hidden deep within the annotations of books
- The intricate Fagel Botanical Collection, a working library of an affluent Dutch family
- How books influenced singing, literacy and handwriting
Fig 1. Georg Wolfgang Knorr, Regnum Florae (Nuremberg, 1772), i, plates T and T1: Yellow Tulip and Red Tulip. © The Board of Trinity College Dublin.
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