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Commonplace Books Bibliography

Allan, David. “A Reader Writes: Negotiating The Wealth of Nations in an Eighteenth-Century Commonplace Book.” Philological Quarterly 81.2 (2002): 207–233. Web.

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---. Commonplace Books and Reading in Georgian England. New York, NY: Cambridge UP, 2010. Web.

Bernard, Stephen Jarrod. “Edward Bysshe and The Art of English Poetry: Reading Writing in the Eighteenth Century.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 46.1 (2012): 113–129. Web.

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Burke, Victoria E. “Recent Studies in Commonplace Books.” English Literary Renaissance 43.1 (2013): 153–177. Web.

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Dacome, Lucia. “Noting the Mind: Commonplace Books and the Pursuit of the Self in Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Journal of the History of Ideas 65.4 (2004): 603–625. Web.

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Eddy, Matthew Daniel. “THE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK.” Book History (Johns Hopkins University Press) Nov. 2016: 86–131. Web.

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Geraths, Cory, and Michele Kennerly. “Pinvention: Updating Commonplace Books for the Digital Age.” Communication Teacher 29.3 (2015): 166–172. Web.

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Havens, Earle. Commonplace Books: A History of Manuscripts and Printed Books from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century. New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 2002. Web.

Hess, Volker, and J Andrew Mendelsohn. “Sauvages’ Paperwork: How Disease Classification Arose from Scholarly Note-Taking.” Early Science & Medicine 19.5 (2014): 471–503. Web.

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Jenkins, Jennifer Lei. “Cut and Paste: Repurposing Texts From Commonplace Books to Facebook.” Journal of Popular Culture 48.6 (2015): 1374–1390. Web.

Lockridge, Kenneth A, and B R Burg. “On the Sources of Patriarchal Rage: The Commonplace Books of William Byrd and Thomas Jefferson and the Gendering of Power in the Eighteenth Century (1992).” Journal of the History of Sexuality 5.3 (1995): 460–462. Web.

---. “Individual Literacy in Commonplace Books.” Interchange 34.2/3 (2003): 337–340. Web.

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Nixon, Cheryl L. “Ann Radcliffe’s Commonplace Book: Assembling the Female Body and the Material Text.” Women’s Writing 22.3 (2015): 355–375. Web.

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Podhurst, Suzanne. “Bound to Last.” Princeton University Library Chronicle Sept. 2008: 8–34. Web.

Rothermel, Beth Ann. “Prophets, Friends, Conversationalists: Quaker Rhetorical Culture, Women’s Commonplace Books, and the Art of Invention, 1775-1840.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 43.1 (2013): 71–94. Web.

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Stabile, Susan M. Memory’s Daughters: The Material Culture of Remembrance in Eighteenth-Century America. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 2004. Web.

Stolberg, Michael. “John Locke’s ‘new Method of Making Common-Place-Books’: Tradition, Innovation and Epistemic Effects.” Early Science And Medicine 19.5 (2014): 448–470. Web.

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Watson, Amanda. “Shared Reading at a Distance: The Commonplace Books of the Stockton Family, 1812–40.” Book History 18 (2015): 103–133. Web.

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Yeo, Richard. “John Locke’s ‘New Method’ of Commonplacing: Managing Memory and Information.” Eighteenth-Century Thought 2 (2004): 1–38. Web.

---. “Ephraim Chambers’s Cyclopædia (1728) and the Tradition of Commonplaces.” Journal of the History of Ideas Jan. 1996: 157–175. Web.

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