Locating the reader, or what do we do with the man in the hat? Methodological perspectives and evidence from the United Kingdom Reading Experience Database, 1450-1945 (UK RED).
Primerjalna knizevnost (Comparative Literature), 34(2) pp. 173–186.
Using images of readers and textual sources, this essay explains the methodological basis for the UK Reading Experience Database and international partners. It shows how the RED projects can combine quantitative and qualitative data to locate and recover the experiences of readers through history.
||history of reading; visual representations of reading; Reading Experience Database; research methodology; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; Vernon Lee; W.E. Gladstone; nineteenth and twentieth century English literature
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