Authors/Contributors

Gwen G. Robinson

Document Type

Article

Date

Fall 1989

Embargo Period

3-29-2011

Keywords

punctuation, Latin, Poggio Bracciolini, medieval, Middle Ages, vernacular, Petrarch, Riederer, typography

Language

English

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Medieval History | Philosophy of Language

Description/Abstract

This is the third in a series of articles on the past and future of punctuation. The years under focus here are crucial ones, for they include the invention of the printing press and the shift it caused in the human response to the written word.

Additional Information

Part Three of a series. Part One can be found in The Courier 23.2 (!988), while Part Two can be found in The Courier 24.1 (1989).

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