The Atlantic: „10 Reading Revolutions Before e-Books“

Artikel von Tim Carmody vom 25. August 2010.

1. The phrase „reading revolution“ was probably coined by German historian Rolf Engelsing. He certainly made it popular. Engelsing was trying to describe something he saw in the 18th century: a shift from „intensive“ reading and re-reading of very few texts to „extensive“ reading of many, often only once. Think of reading the Bible vs reading the newspaper. Engelsing called this shift a „Lesenrevolution,“ lesen being the German equivalent of reading. He thought he had found when modern reading emerged, as we’d recognize it today, and that it was this shift that effectively made us modern readers.
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Der Begriff lautet übrigens im Deutschen richtig: „Leserevolution“.

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