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Altick Richard D. The English Common Reader. A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 1800-1900. Nouvelle édition. Ohio State University Press, 1998.

Altick Richard D. (ed.). Writers, Readers and Occasions : Selected Essays. Ohio University Press, 1989.

Baggs Chris. “‘How Well Read Was My Valley ?’, Reading, Popular Fiction, and the Miners of South Wales, 1875-1939”, Book History, vol. 4, 2001.

Batty Ronald F. How to Run a Twopenny Library. John Gifford Ltd, 1938.

Beaven Brad. Leisure, Citizenship and Working-class Men in Britain, 1850-1945. Manchester University Press, 2005.

Bédarida François. L’Angleterre triomphante, 1832-1914. Paris, Hatier, 1974.

Belgion Montgomery. Reading for Profit. Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1945.

Bell Lady. At the Works. A Study of a Manufacturing Town (Middlesbrough). [London, E. Arnold, 1907], Kelly Publishers, 1969.

Bennett Scott. “John Murray’s Family Library and the Cheapening of Books in Early Nineteenth Century Britain”, in Bowers Fredson (ed.), Studies in Bibliography, vol. 29. Charlottesville, The Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1976.

Bennett Scott. “Revolutions in Thought : Serial Publication and the Mass Market for reading”, shattock Joanne & Wolff Michael, The Victorian Periodical Press : Samplings and Soundings. University of Toronto Press, 1982.

Black Alistair. A New History of the English Public Library : Social and Intellectual Contexts, 1850-1914. Leicester University Press, 1996.

Black Alistair. The Public Library in Britain, 1914-2000. London, the British Library, 2000.

Black Alistair & Hoare Peter (eds.). The Cambridge History of Libraries in Britain and Ireland, vol. III 1850-2000. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Bradley Ian. The Call to Seriousness. The Evangelical Impact on the Victorians. London, Jonathan Cape, 1976.

Brantlinger Patrick (ed.). The Reading Lesson : The Threat of Mass Literacy in 19th Century British Fiction. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1999.

Briggs Asa. Victorian People. Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1965.

Briggs Asa (ed.). Essays in the History of Publishing (1724-1974). London, Longman, 1974.

Cachin Marie-Françoise & Parfait Claire (dir.). « Histoire (s) de livres. Le livre et l’édition dans le monde anglophone ». Cahiers Charles V, n ° 32, 2002.

Cavallo Guglielmo & Chartier Roger (dir.). Histoire de la lecture dans le monde occidental. Paris, le seuil, 1997.

Chambers Robert. Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation (1844). Ed. With an introduction by James A. Secord. University of Chicago Press, 1994.

Chartier Anne-Marie & Hébrard Jean. Discours sur la lecture (1800-2000). Paris, BPI-Centre Pompidou/Librairie Arthème Fayard, 2000.

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Checkland Sydney George. The Rise of Industrial Society in England 1815-1885. London, Longman, 1965.

Clark G. Kitson. The Making of Victorian England. Cambridge University Press, 1962.

Colclough Stephen. Consuming Texts : Readers and Reading Communities 1695-1870. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Conan Doyle Arthur. The German War. Some Sidelights and Reflections. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1914.

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Cruse Amy. The Englishman and his Books in the early 19th century. London, George G. Harrap, 1930.

Cruse Amy. The Victorians and their Books. London, Allen & Unwin, 1935.

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Eliot Simon. “Public Libraries and Popular Authors 1883-1912”, The Library, 6th series, vol. 8, number 4, December 1986.

Eliot Simon. Some Patterns and Trends in British Publishing 1800-1919. London, Occasional Papers of the Bibliographical Society n° 8, 1994.

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Eliot Simon, Nash Andrew & Willison Ian (eds). Literary Cultures and the Material Book, London, the British library – British Library Studies in the History of the Book, 2007.

Ellis Alec. Library Services for Young people in England and Wales 1830-1970. Oxford, Pergamon Press, 1971.

Ellis Alec. Public Libraries and the First World War. Upton, The Ffynnon Press, 1975.

Ellis Alec. Educating Our Masters : Influence on the Growth of Literacy in Victorian Working Class Children. Aldershot, Gower, 1985.

Feather John. A History of British Publishing. London, Routledge, 1988.

Flint Kate. The Woman Reader (1836-1914). Oxford University Press, 1993.

Flint Kate. “The Victorian novel and its readers” in David Deirdre (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Victorian Novel. Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Gardner Philip. “Literacy, Learning and Education” in Williams Chris (ed.), A Companion to 19th Century Britain. Oxford, Blackwell, 2004.

Greenwood Thomas. Free Public Libraries. Their Organisation, Uses and Management. London, Simpkin, Marshall & Co, 1887.

Griest Guinevere L. Mudie’s Circulating Library and the Victorian Novel. Newton Abbot, Devon, David & Charles, 1970.

Halévy Elie. Histoire du peuple anglais au XIXe siècle, vol. I. L’Angleterre en 1815. Paris, Hachette Littérature, 1913.

Hammond Mary. Reading, Publishing and the Formation of Literary Taste in England, 1880-1914. Aldershot, Ashgate, 2006.

Hammond Mary & Townheed Shafquat (eds). Publishing in the First World War. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Harris Philip Rowland. A History of the British Museum Library 1753-1973. London, The British Museum, 1998.

Hartley Jenny. Reading Groups. Oxford University Press, 2001.

Hiley Nicholas. “‘Cant’you find me something nasty?’: circulating libraries and literary censorship in Britain from the 1890s to the 1910s”, in Myers Robyn and Harris Michael (eds.), Censorship & the Control of Print in England and France 1600-1910. Winchester, St Paul’s Bibliographies, 1992.

Hoggart Richard. The Uses of Literacy. London, Penguin Books, 1957. Traduction française : La culture du pauvre. Paris, Éditions de Minuit, 1970.

Holman Valerie. Print for Victory. Book Publishing in England 1939-1945. London, The British Library, 2008.

Howsam Leslie. Cheap Bibles. 19th Century Publishing and the British and Foreign Bible Society. Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Humble Nicola. The Feminine Middlebrow Novel, 1920s to 1950s. Class, Domesticity and Bohemianism. Oxford University Press, 2001.

Hyland Paul & Ammels Neils (eds.). Writing and Censorship in Britain. London, Routledge, 1992.

James Elizabeth. “An Insight into the Management of Railway Bookstalls in the Eighteen Fifties”, Publishing History, vol. X, 1981.

James Elizabeth & Smith Helen R. (eds). Penny Dreadfuls and Boys’Adventures. The Barry Ono Collection of Victorian Popular Literature in the British Library. London, The British Library, 1998.

James Louis. Fiction for the Working Man 1830-1850. A Study of the Literature Produced for the Working Classes in Early Victorian Urban England. Oxford University Press, 1963.

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Jordan John O. And Patten Robert L. Literature in the Marketplace. Nineteenth Century British Publishing and Reading Practices. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Kelly Thomas. History of Public Libraries in Britain, 1845-1975. London, The Library Association, 1977.

Kelly Thomas. A History of Adult Education in Great Britain from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. Liverpool University Press, 1962.

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King Andrew & Plunkett John (eds). Victorian Print Media. A Reader. Oxford University Press, 2005.

Klancher Jon P. The Making of English Reading Audiences 1790-1832. University of Wisconsin Press, 1987.

Laqueur Thomas Walter. Religion and Respectability : Sunday Schools and Working-Class Culture 1780-1850. Yale University Press, 1976.

Law Graham. Serializing Fiction in the Victorian Press. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2000.

Leavis Queenie Dorothy. Fiction and the Reading Public [1932]. Bellew Publishing, 1990.

Lee Alan. Origins of the Popular Press in England 1885-1914. London, Croom Helm, 1976.

Lewis Jeremy. Penguin Special. The Life and Times of Allen Lane. London, Viking, 2005.

Lyons Martyn . Le triomphe du livre. Une histoire sociologique de la lecture dans la France du XIXe siècle. Paris, Promodis-Éditions du Cercle de la Librairie, 1987.

Lyons Martyn. Reading Culture and Writing Practices in Nineteenth-Century France. University of Toronto Press, 2008.

Lyons Martyn. A History of Reading and Writing in the Western World. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Mcaleer Joseph. Popular Reading and Publishing in Britain, 1914-1950. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1992.

McDonald Peter D. British Literary Culture and Publishing Practice 1880-1914. Cambridge University Press, 1997.

McKitterick David (ed.). The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, vol. VI 1830-1914. Cambridge University Press, 2009.

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Mitch David F. The Rise of Popular Literacy in Victorian England. The Influence of Private Choice and Public Policy. University of Pensylvannia Press, 1992.

Mollier Jean-Yves. La lecture et ses publics à l’époque contemporaine. Essais d’histoire culturelle. Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 2001 (Le nœud gordien).

Mumby Frank. Publishing and Bookselling. A History from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. Revised and enlarged edition. London, Jonathan Cape, 1975.

Munford William Arthur. A History of the Library Association 1877-1977. London, The Library Association, 1976.

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Myers Robin & Harris Michael (eds). Censorship & the control of print in England and France. 1600-1910. Winchester, St Paul’s bibliographies, 1993.

Myers Robin & Harris Michael (eds). Serials and their Readers 1620-1914. Winchester, St Paul’s bibliographies, 1993.

Myers Robin, Harris Michael & Mandelbrote Giles (eds.). Libraries and the Book Trade. The formation of collections from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. New Castle (Delaware), Oak Knoll Press, 2000.

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Orel Harold. Popular Fiction in England, 1914-1918. University of Kentucky Press, 1992.

Pearson Jacqueline. Women’s Reading in Britain, 1750-1835. A Dangerous Recreation. Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Perrin Noel. Dr Bowdler’s Legacy : A History of Expurgated Books in England and America. Boston, David R. Godine, 1969.

Phegley Jennifer. Educating the Proper Woman Reader. Victorian Family Literary Magazines and the Cultural Health of the Nation. Ohio State University Press, 2004.

Potter Jane. Boys in Khaki, Girls in Print : Women’s Literary Responses to the Great War, 1914-1918. Oxford University Press, 2005.

Poulain Martine. Les bibliothèques publiques en Europe. Paris, Éditions du Cercle de la Librairie, 1992.

Quinlan Maurice James. Victorian Prelude : A History of English Manners 1700-1820. Columbia University Press, 1941.

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Shattock Joanne & Wolff Michael (eds.). The Victorian Periodical Press : Samplings and Soundings. University of Leicester Press, 1982.

Shepard Leslie. The History of Street Literature. Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1973.

Simon Brian. Education and the Labour Movement, 1870-1920. London, Lawrence & Wishart, 1965.

Smiles Samuel. Self-Help [1859]. Centenary Edition. London, John Murray, 1958.

Snape Robert. Leisure and the Rise of the Public Library. London, Library Association Publishing, 1995.

Snape Robert. “The National Home Reading Union”, in Social Sciences : Journal Articles. University of Bolton, 2002.

St Clair William. The Reading Nation in the Romantic Period. Cambridge University Press, 2004.

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Stimpson Felicity. “Reading in Circles : the National Home Reading Union 1889-1900”, Publishing History, vol. III. London, Chadwyck-Healey, 2002.

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Theobald Rachel E. Boots Booklovers Library, 1899-1966. Loughborough University of Technology, 1988.

Thomas Donald. A Long Time Burning : The History of Literary Censorship in Britain. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969.

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