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  1. Zur Ikonographie des Lesens - Darstellung von Leser(inne)n und des Lesens im Bild.Jutta Assel - 1999 - In Bodo Franzmann, Klaus Hasemann, Dietrich Löffler & Erich Schön (eds.), Handbuch Lesen. Muenchen: KG Saur. pp. 638-673.
    A history of representations of readers and reading acts in images (paintings, prints, drawings, postcards) from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. It includes a bibliography and 42 illustrations.
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    Werther-Illustrationen. Bilddokumente als Rezeptionsgeschichte.Jutta Assel - 1984 - In Georg Jaeger (ed.), Die Leiden des alten und neuen Werther. Muenchen: Carl Hanser. pp. 57-105, 190-208.
    After an introduction into the history of book illustrations from the second half of the 18th century to the late 19th century follows a sketch of the evolution of illustrations for Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s novel “The Sorrows of Young Werther” from 1775 to 1870. The featured illustrations can be divided into groups of approximately 10 central motives. The resting points of the narrative were chosen as highlights of many illustrations: They depict the sentimental and idyllic scenes. The interpretation of the (...)
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    Deutsche und österreichische Handzeichnungen und Aquarelle 1785-1860.Jutta Assel - 1985 - Neuss: Clemens-Sels-Museum.
    The catalogue of an exhibition of the Clemens-Sels-Museum in Neuss presents a selection of the museum's collection of drawings and watercolours from the late 18th century to the middle of the 19th century; with biographies of the artists as well as comments and interpretations of their works.
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  4. Erotik und Zensur.Jutta Assel & Georg Jaeger - 2021 - Munich: Thomas Dreher.
    “Erotism and Censorship“ offers an introduction to the history of picture postcards and explores the German censorship until 1930. The specificity of the medium to react to the desires of the clients (mostly male) and to shape them simultaneously is explained in interpretations of examples. A documentary part presents a selection of texts about reproduction technologies. These texts were originally published in journals for collectors of postcards.
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