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|Title:||A "Quaint Corner" of the Reading Nation: Romantic readerships in rural Perthshire, 1780-1830|
|Citation:||Halsey K (2018) A "Quaint Corner" of the Reading Nation: Romantic readerships in rural Perthshire, 1780-1830. In: Roberts K & Towsey M (eds.) Before the Public Library: Reading, Community and Identity in the Atlantic World, 1650-1850. Library of the Written Word, 61. Leiden: Brill, pp. 218-235. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004348677_011|
|Keywords:||history of reading|
history of libraries
history of the book
|Series/Report no.:||Library of the Written Word, 61|
|Abstract:||The chapter discusses Romantic-period reading and book borrowing in rural Perthshire, using the borrowers' records of Innerpeffray Library, Crieff, as a case study.|
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