Vol 3 (2014)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/JEMS-2279-7149-3

Letter Writing in Early Modern Culture, 1500-1750, edited by Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti and Donatella Pallotti

Table of Contents

Jems 3, 2014 - Full Issue PDF
Cover PDF
Preliminaries PDF
Contents PDF
Editorial PDF
Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti, Donatella Pallotti 9-14

Part One - General Overview

Letters and Letter Writing in Early Modern Culture: An Introduction PDF
Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti 17-35

Part Two - Case Studies

Textual and Paratextual Issues
Editing Elizabeth I’s Italian Letters PDF
Carlo M. Bajetta 41-68
To and From the Queen: Modalities of Epistolography in the Correspondence of Elizabeth I PDF
Giuliana Iannaccaro, Alessandra Petrina 68-89
The Prefatory/Postscript Letters to St. Thomas More’s Utopia: The Culture of ‘Seeing’ as a Reality-Conferring Strategy PDF
Emmanouil Aretoulakis 91-113
Epistolary Networks
The Pragmatics of Sir Thomas Bodley PDF
Gabriella Mazzon 117-131
The Construction of Epistolary Identity in a Gentry’s Communication Network of the Seventeenth Century: The Case of Jane Lady Cornwallis Bacon PDF
Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti 133-149
Scientific Interaction Within Henry Oldenburg’s Letter Network PDF
Maurizio Gotti 151-171
Language and Letters in Samuel Richardson’s Networks PDF
Donatella Montini 173-198
Angles of Refraction: The Letters of Mary Delany PDF
Eleonora Chiavetta 199-216
The Cultural, The Historical, The Fictional
Michelangelo, a Tireless Letter Writer PDF
Adelin Charles Fiorato 219-230
The Condition of the Lyon Weavers in the Letters to Louis XV and Monseigneur Poulletier (1731 and 1732) PDF
Carmelina Imbroscio 231-242
Addressing the Addressee: Shakespeare and Early Modern Epistolary Theory PDF
Kerry Gilbert-Cooke 243-263


By Diverse Hands PDF
Paola Pugliatti 269-322
Contributors PDF

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