Serialized stories encourage discussion and analysis. There is plenty of evidence of Victorian “reading groups,” where friends and families would come together to read aloud the latest installments of a favorite tale, and of book exchanges, where a single pamphlet

By revising contemporary narratives of both book history and fan history, we can reread women’s work in the literary and book trades from the seventeenth and the twenty-first centuries as a function of operating with and subverting patriarchal norms of

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