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Space between words: the origins of silent reading

Space between words: the origins of silent reading (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Saenger, Paul Henry , 1945-.
Title Statement
Space between words: the origins of silent reading / Paul Saenger.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Stanford, Calif. :   Stanford University Press ,   c1997.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 480 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Figurae
ISBN
0804726531 (acid-free paper) 080474016X
Content Notes
Introduction -- The nomenclature of word separation -- Complements to word separation by space -- Insular culture and word separation in the seventh and eighth centuries -- Exceptions to continental aerated text formats in the ninth and tenth centuries -- The origins of continental word separation, 950-1300 -- Word separation and the transcription of numbers and music -- The early protoscholastics -- The proliferation of word separation in the eleventh century -- The spread of word separation from England to the low countries and Lorraine -- The spread of word separation from England to northern France -- Cluniac monasticism: eastern and southern France -- Italy -- Reading and writing in northern Europe in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries -- Written culture at the end of the middle ages -- Appendix: Characteristics relating to word separation in manuscripts surveyed.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [437]-448) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Books and reading -- History. Silent reading -- History.
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245 1 0 ▼a Space between words: ▼b the origins of silent reading / ▼c Paul Saenger.
260 ▼a Stanford, Calif. : ▼b Stanford University Press , ▼c c1997.
300 ▼a xviii, 480 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
490 1 ▼a Figurae
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [437]-448) and indexes.
505 0 ▼a Introduction -- The nomenclature of word separation -- Complements to word separation by space -- Insular culture and word separation in the seventh and eighth centuries -- Exceptions to continental aerated text formats in the ninth and tenth centuries -- The origins of continental word separation, 950-1300 -- Word separation and the transcription of numbers and music -- The early protoscholastics -- The proliferation of word separation in the eleventh century -- The spread of word separation from England to the low countries and Lorraine -- The spread of word separation from England to northern France -- Cluniac monasticism: eastern and southern France -- Italy -- Reading and writing in northern Europe in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries -- Written culture at the end of the middle ages -- Appendix: Characteristics relating to word separation in manuscripts surveyed.
650 0 ▼a Books and reading ▼x History.
650 0 ▼a Silent reading ▼x History.
830 0 ▼a Figurae (Stanford, Calif.)

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction
  The Physiology of Reacting = 1
  Ancient Readers and Unseparated Texts = 6
  Ancient Scriptura Continua = 9
  Word Separation and Word Order = 14
Chapter 2 The Nomenclature of Word Separation = 18
  Word Separation and Paleographic Studies = 18
  Separated Script : An Overview = 26
  Linguistic Implications of Separation = 30
  Aerated Script = 32
  Canonical Separation = 44
Chapter 3 Complements to Word Separation by Space = 52
  Medieval Signs for Word Separation = 53
  Medieval Signs for Word Unity = 65
  Construction Notes = 70
  Punctuation = 71
  Musical Notation = 74
  Nota Signs and Tic Notes = 75
  Indications of Page Locus = 77
  R e ´ sum e ´ Notes and Schematic Diagrams = 79
  Post-Factum Emendation = 79
Chapter 4 Insular Culture and Word Separation in the Seventh and Eighth Centuries = 83
  The Grammarians of Separation = 83
  New Genres of Books = 90
  New Modes of Reading = 98
Chapter 5 Exceptions to Continental Aerated Text Formats in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries = 100
  Regional Differences = 101 
  Insular Intellectuals on the Continent = 106
  Tironian Notes = 115
Chapter 6 The Origins of Continental Word Separation, 950-I300 = 120
  Protoscholasticism = 120
  Arabic Influence on Continental Word Separation = I23
Chapter 7 Word Separation and the Transcription of Numbers and Music = 131
  Numbers as Language = 131
  The Reformatting of Roman Numerals = 135
  Fractions = 137
  New Modes of Graphic Display = 138
  Musical Notation = 139
Chapter 8 The Early Protoscholastics = 143
  Gerbert of Aurillac = I43
  Abbo of Fleury = 151
  Heriger of Lobbes = 162
Chapter 9 The Proliferation of Word Separation in the Eleventh Century = 165
  Fulbert of Chartres = 165
  Fulbert's Students = 168 
  Gerbert's Students in the Eleventh Century = 170
  Heriger's Students = 171
  Authors of Unseparated Texts = 177
  Robert the Pious and French Royal Charters = I78
  Otto Ⅲ and German Imperial Documents = 182
Chapter 10 The Spread of Word Separation from England to the Low Countries and Lorraine = 183
  English Benedictine Reform and Caroline Script = 183
  The Reformed Abbeys = 185
Chapter 11 The Spread of Word Separation from England to Northern France = 202
  Norman Benedictine Piety and Silent Reading = 202
  F e ´ camp = 204
  Mont Saint-Michel = 208
  Jumi e ` ges = 209
  Bec = 212
Chapter 12 Cluniac Monasticism : Eastern and Southern France = 215
  Cluny = 215
  Saint-B e ´ nigne of Dijon = 221
  Saint-Martial of Limoges = 223
  Saint-Pierre of Moissac = 227
  The Ars-lectoria in Aquitaine = 23l
  Aurillac and Saint-Sever = 233
  The Reform of Saint-Victor of Marseille = 233
  La Grasse = 234
Chapter I3 Italy = 235
Chapter 14 Reading and Writing in Northern Europe in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries = 243
  The Spread of Canonical Separation = 244
  The Author and the Book = 249
  Book Production = 252
  Changes in Scholastic Grammatical Theory = 253 
  Changes in the Language of Mathematics = 255
ChapterI5 Written Culture at the End of the Middle Ages = 256
  Gothic Cursive Script and the Manuscript Book = 257 
  The Classroom = 258 
  Libraries = 261 
  Private Study and Heresy = 264
  Lay Society and Vernacular Texts = 265
  Italy = 271
  Private, Silent Reading and Personal Expression = 273
Appendix : Characteristics Relating to Word Separation in Manuscripts Surveyed = 279
Notes = 293
Glossary = 433
References = 437
Index of Manuscripts Cited = 449
General and Topical Index = 469

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