Dr Dennis Duncan looks at literary paratexts - the parts of a book that aren't the main text: indexes, prefaces, footnotes, errata lists...
|1||The Paratexts of Conrad Gessner||Professor Ann Blair on the uses of dedication and the multifarious paratexts of the early modern naturalist and bibliographer Conrad Gessner (1516-65)||Dennis Duncan, Ann Blair||03 Aug 2016|
|2||"To the Reader" Epistles||Dr Meaghan Brown discusses the early modern To the Reader epistle, in which publishers directly addressed their buying public.||Dennis Duncan, Meaghan Brown||24 May 2016|
|3||Modernist Prefaces||Dr Sarah Copland on how Modernist writers such as Henry James and Joseph Conrad used the form of the Preface as a key to their own work, as well as the work of others.||Dennis Duncan, Sarah Copland||06 Jun 2016|
|4||Creative Commons||Modernist Marginalia||Dr Amanda Golden discusses the notes and underlinings that writers like Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath made in their books.||Dennis Duncan, Amanda Golden||13 Jul 2016|