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A companion to the early printed book in Britain, 1476-1558
The history of the book is now recognized as a field of central importance for understanding the cultural changes that swept through Tudor England. This companion aims to provide a comprehensive
The Image in Print: Book Illustration in Late Medieval England and Its Sources
Woodcuts are a unique resource in the study of late medieval and early modern books: they have much to tell us about how books were produced and for what purposes, about reading habits and
Managing Readers: Printed Marginalia in English Renaissance Books. William W. E. Slights
  • M. Driver
  • Psychology
    Renaissance Quarterly
  • 1 October 2003
Although the fuddlecup appears to have no purpose, it is really a conversation piece in that it frustrates the drinker's aim in a humorous manner. Fleming describes the fuddlecup in the context of