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claire m. l. bourne
a figure of tollerable [sic] disorder ❧ i research plays (🎭)⁣ typography (⁣¶) & old books (📖) ❧ i teach shakespeare (&c) ❧ i ride bikes to nowhere in the dark
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claire m. l. bourne Nov 12
scene from the monograph endgame (catching every moment between moments to get it done); or, 100% on brand.
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 30
after a crazy couple of months, i am signing out of this space for the next two weeks to usher my book ms through to the next stage of production. in the meantime, here are some ✨✨✨ ¶s to hold my place. (you’ll be able to read about them soon!)
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Martina Flor Oct 29
Looking for your opinion: I’m planing on producing this as a pin. Having second thoughts about the shape. Do you think that the ampersand is recognizable as such?
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BookLab at UMD English Oct 30
Don't you wish *you* had a letterpress workshop prepped by ?
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 30
Replying to @clancynewyork
♥️ hits very close to home (in a good way!)
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Suzanne Paul Oct 30
Want to come and do a year's research on collections and other Cambridge libraries? Applications now open for Munby fellowship in Bibliography
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John Gallagher Oct 30
Delighted to be able to share this flyer, which offers a 30% discount on Learning Languages in Early Modern England!
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 30
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Dianne Mitchell Oct 29
I LOVE transcribing women's account books. Anne Newdigate kept meticulous records. Some things she paid for in one year: strawberries, 12 ducklings, civet, virginal wire, carriage of 2 cheeses, piercing 50 pearls, aquavita, the rat catcher, shearing the sheep, tokens for sending
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Folger Research Oct 29
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 29
new & exciting genre of student email: hi dr. bourne, can we discuss when to use exclamation points & when to use full-stops when modernizing the text of the play? * dear prof. bourne, this character seems to switch who she is addressing mid-speech. am i right? [paraphrases]
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 29
hot off the press!
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 28
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E Johnson-DeBaufre Oct 28
Replying to @roaringgirle
Never apologize for the em-dash.
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 28
exactly how ben jonson used them!
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 28
Replying to @mazarines
🙏🏽✨
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 28
Replying to @roaringgirle
and—i guess—apologies to everyone else who might read this book.
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 28
thank you to my copy editor for retaining *all* of my em-dash parentheticals.
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 28
as i prep for tomorrow’s discussion with my grad students about how to present/organize the character list for A WIFE FOR A MONTH (for our edition), i am reminded of this gem of a character list heading from Q1655 A KING & NO KING:
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