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Fried, Michael. "Realism, Writing, and Disfiguration in Thomas Eakins's Gross Clinic, with a Postscript on Stephen Crane's Upturned Faces." Representations.9, Special Issue: American Culture Between the Civil War and World War I (1985): 33-104.

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Goodman, Dena.  The Republic of Letters.  Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994.


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Griswold, Wendy.  Bearing Witness: Readers, Writers, and the Novel in Nigeria.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000.

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Hoggart, Richard.  The Uses of Literacy.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1953.


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Hunt, Lynn.  The Invention of Pornography.  New York: Zone Books, 1993.

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Jackson, H. J.  Marginalia: Readers Writing in Books.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.


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Klancher, Jon P.   The Making of English Reading Audiences 1790-1832. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 1987.

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Korshin, Paul J.  (ed.)  The Widening Circle.  Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press, 1976.

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Marshall, David.  The frame of art : fictions of aesthetic experience, 1750-1815.  Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.


Martin. Henri-Jean.  Le Livre français sous l’Ancien Régime.  Paris: Editions du Cercle de la Librairie, 1987.

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McGann, Jerome.  A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism. Charlottesville, Va. : University Press of Virginia, 1992.


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Moylan, Michele and Lane Stiles, (eds.)  Reading Books: Essays on the Material Text and Literature in America  Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1996.

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Rose, Mark. "The Author in Court: Pope v. Curll (1741)." Cultural Critique.21 (1992): 197-217.


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Stallybrass, Peter y Allon White.  The Politics and Poetics of Transgression. London: Methuen.

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Tribble, Evelyn.  Margins and Marginality.  Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1993.


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Vincent, David.  Literacy and Popular Culture:  England 1750-1914. Cambridge (England); New York : Cambridge University Press, 1989.


Warner, William Betty.  Licensing Entertainment: the Elevation of Novel Reading in Britain, 1684-1750.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998


Watt, Ian.  The Rise of the Novel.  Berkeley: The University of California Press, 1967.


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Wittmann, Reinhard.  Buchmarkt und Lektüre im 18. und 19. Jahrundert.  Tübingen, 1982.

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Woodmansee, Martha. "Toward a Genealogy of the Aesthetic: The German Reading Debate of the 1790s." Cultural Critique.11 (1988): 203-21.

Woodmansee, Martha.  The Author, Art, and the Market.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1994.

Zboray, Ronald J.  A Fictive People: Antebellum Economic Development and the American Reading Public.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993.

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Entre los esfuerzos internacionales orientados hacia los mismos fines debe mencionarse la actividad de la Society for the History of Reading, Authorship and Publication. En España, es central en este campo la labor del Instituto de Historia del Libro y de la Lectura. De manera más precisa, existen grupos de investigadores como los encabezados por Patrick Leary (Universidad de Indiana), Jonathan Rose, de la Universidad de Drew en Nueva Jersey (autor de Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes) Beth Luey, del Center for the History of the Book en la Universidad de Edimburgo, Sarah Brouillette, de la University of Syracuse (US), John Hinks, del Centre for Urban History (University of Leicester), Robert Fraser (Open University), Shafquat Towheed, del Institute of English Studies (University of London), (Queen Margaret University College, Edimburgo), Sani Abba Aliyu (Gombe State University, Nigeria), Rachel Matteau (Universidad de Witwatersrand, República Sudafricana), Christine Pawley, en la Universidad de Iowa, el Groupe de recherche interdisciplinaire sur l’histoire du littéraire, en la Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (formado entre otros por Christian Jouhaud, Dinah Ribard, Alain Viala), etc.


Mis agradecimientos a Jonathan Rose y a Sarah Brouillette por su ayuda en la elaboración de esta bibliografía.