Vol 7 (2018)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/JEMS-2279-7149-7

Out Loud: Practices of Reading and Reciting in Early Modern Times edited by Riccardo Bruscagli and Luca Degl’Innocenti

Table of Contents

Jems 7-2018: Full Issue PDF
Cover PDF
Preliminaries PDF
Contents PDF
Editorial PDF
Riccardo Bruscagli 7-22

Part One - Introduction

Storytelling, Memory, Theatre PDF
Cesare Molinari 25-40

Part Two - Case Studies

Chivalric Poetry between Singing and Printing in Early Modern Italy PDF
Luca Degl'Innocenti 43-62
Voices from the New World: Giuliano Dati’s La storia della inventione delle nuove insule di Channaria Indiane PDF
Riccardo Bruscagli 63-97
‘Parole appiastricciate’: The Question of Recitation in the Tasso-Ariosto Polemic PDF
Christopher Geekie 99-127
Animated Pulpits: On Performative Preaching in Seventeenth-Century Naples PDF
Teresa Megale 129-138
‘Donna il cui carme gli animi soggioga’: Eighteenth-Century Italian Women Improvisers PDF
Antonella Giordano 139-155
Reading Aloud in Britain in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century: Theories and Beyond PDF
Roberta Mullini 157-176


‘and I would like to be hearing about them night and day’ PDF
Paola Pugliatti 179-219
Contributors PDF

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