Literature | Critical Essay by Evelyn B. Tribble

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Critical Essay by Evelyn B. Tribble

SOURCE: Tribble, Evelyn B. “The Peopled Page: Polemic, Confutation, and Foxe's Book of Martyrs.” In The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture, edited by George Bornstein and Theresa Tinkle, pp. 109-22. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1998.

In the following essay, Tribble considers Foxe's work in light of its structure, claiming that in addition to what the text says, the accompanying illustrations, layout, and paper type were critical in helping Foxe convey his message to the reader.

The critical role of the structure of the page in shaping reading experience has often been overlooked, in part because of the traditional segregation of social history, bibliography, and literary criticism and theory. In particular, the so-called extratextual has often been ignored. Such elements of the bibliographic code as annotations, title pages, illustrations, and...

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