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Margents and All: Thomas Milles between manuscript and print

Co-written by Heather Wolfe and Bill Sherman Margins are exciting places, full of possibility. Early modern authors use them to guide readers, emphasize important passages, and add commentary. Early modern readers use them to highlight memorable text and make notes on their reading. Early modern scholars like to hang out in margins in order to… Continue Reading »