Cyclopædia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences: Difference between revisions

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==Further reading==
*Bradshaw, Lael Ely. "Ephraim Chambers’ Cyclopedia." ''Notable Encyclopedias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Nine Predecessors of the Encyclopédie''. Ed. Frank Kafker. Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation, 1981. 123–137. (ISBN 0-7294-0256-8).
*Collison, Robert. ''Encyclopædias: Their History Throughout the Ages''. New York: Hafner, 1966. <!-- no ISBN; {{OCLC: |368968 -->}}
*Kafker, Frank. A. ''Notable Encyclopedias of the Late Eighteenth Century: Eleven Successors of the Encyclopédie''. Oxford : Voltaire Foundation at the Taylor Institution, 1994.
*Kolb, Gwin J. and James H. Sledd. “Johnson’s ‘Dictionary’ and Lexicographical Tradition.” ''Modern Philology'' 50.3 (Feb. 1953): 171–194.
*Mack, Ruth. “The Historicity of Johnson’s Lexicographer.” ''Representations'' 76 (Fall 2001): 61–87.
*Shorr, Phillip. ''Science and Superstition in the Eighteenth Century: A Study of the Treatment of Science in Two Encyclopedias of 1725–1750''. New York: Columbia, 1932. <!-- no ISBN; {{OCLC: |3633346 -->}}
*Walsh, S. Patraig. "Cyclopaedia." ''Anglo-American General Encyclopedias: A Historical Bibliography, 1703–1967''. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1968. 38–39. <!-- No ISBN; {{OCLC: |577541 -->}}
*Yeo, Richard. "The Best Book in the Universe": Ephraim Chambers’ Cyclopedia. In ''Encyclopædic Visions: Scientific Dictionaries and Enlightenment Culture.'' Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2001. 120–169. (ISBN 0-521-65191-3)
*Yeo, Richard. ''Encyclopædic Visions: Scientific Dictionaries and Enlightenment Culture''. Oxford: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
*Yeo, Richard R. "A Solution to the Multitude of Books: Ephraim Chambers's Cyclopaedia (1728) as "the Best Book in the Universe."" ''Journal of the History of Ideas'', v. 64 (1), 2003. pp.&nbsp;61–72. ({{ISSN |0022-5037}})
 
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