John Cawte Beaglehole (1901-1971) is a renowned New Zealand historian who left behind masses of correspondence, notes, and artifacts. These records reveal a special relationship between Beaglehole and his library of books. Specific examples and his personal insights reveal how books inspired and expressed Beaglehole emotionally. In this Paper I will relay how books connected emotionally with Beaglehole, while also exploring the unique emotional potential of books.
|Keywords:||J.C. Beaglehole, Archive, Emotion|
Post Graduate Student, School of Architecture and Design, Victoria University Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
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