The Mystery of the Silkworm: Conversations in the Reading Room and Beyond
It was a classic tale of "who done it"—someone had violated the pages of a seventeenth-century atlas at the John Carter Brown Library, and in July 2012 two scholars set out to discover who that "who" was. The suspects had recorded—and illustrated—what appears to be a conversation about silkworms in the margins of a 1635 edition of Gerhard Mercator’s Atlas; or, A geographicke description of the world. Upon further investigation it became clear that where one text ended, another began.
Neri, Janice and Skeehan, Danielle. (2012). "The Mystery of the Silkworm: Conversations in the Reading Room and Beyond". I Found it at the JCB, .
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