Washington DC: The Folger Shakespeare Library, 2001. Softcover. Quarto, 158 pages, illustrated in black and white. Very Good. Item #1814
¶ Through the underlinings, emendations, and other marginalia common to early modern readers, this title shows the variety of ways in which readers have related to books over the centuries. The use of books as repositories of birth records, and marginalia (scholarly, esoteric, and profane) is also examined.