Textual Editing and Criticism An Introduction
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Description: Textual Editing and Criticism: An Introductionaddresses a gap in currently available materials for English and American literature teachers who bring textual editing and criticism into their courses. This book introduces undergraduate and beginning graduate students to the field and provides them with a broad range of examples and materials for hands-on practice.Textual Editing and Criticism: An Introductionis concerned with both the history of the text and the aesthetic and political choices made in textual transmission. It is intended for courses concerned with questions of literary interpretation and value.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/3/2008
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
|Why Study Textual Editing and Criticism|
|Text Technologies and Textual Transmissions|
|Textual Criticism and Kinds of Editions|
|from "The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism"|
|"The Rationale of Copy-Text"|
|"The Aesthetics of Textual Criticism"|
|"The Textual Event"|
|"The Shakespearean Editor as Shrew-Tamer"|
|"Editing without a Copy-Text"|
|from The First Folio of Shakespeare|
|"Gon. No more, the text is foolish"|
|"Producing Manuscripts and Editions"|
|"Texts in Search of an Editor: Reflections on The Frankenstein Notebooks and on Editorial Authority"|
|Working with Editions|
|from Mansfield Park|
|from Moll Flanders|
|from King Lear and Othello|
|["Safe in their alabaster chambers"]|
|Working with Documents|
|from The Tragedie of Mariam, the Faire Queene of Jewry|
|"On the Death of the Reverend Dr. Sewell"|