Studies in Bibliography v. 57 2005-2006

Taal: Engels
Studies in Bibliography v. 57
  • Engels
  • Hardcover
  • 9780813926537
  • Druk: 2005-2006 ed.
  • december 2008
  • 300 pagina's
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The fifty-seventh volume of Studies continues its tradition of presenting a wide range of articles by international scholars on bibliography, textual criticism, and other aspects of the study of books. The essays extend chronologically from the identification of Middle English poetry in early prose documents to an analysis of revisions in a post-modern novel. Their geographical span is also broad, ranging from a study of an English play with revisions sometimes believed to be in Shakespeare's hand to trendsetting g innovations in early Italian printing and to the history of Henry Fielding's writings in China. The opening essay, by G. Thomas Tanselle, expands the scope thematically as well by applying principles of textual criticism of verbal works to the visual and aural arts. Two major studies refine significant bibliographical accomplishments of the past by examining anew the printing of Spenser's Faerie Queene and the paper of Shakespeare's plays in quarto. The volume also includes another contribution to the series on great bibliographers. Other important essays provide Mary Astell's manuscript revisions for one of her works, consider the implications of bibliographical insights for the understanding of literary history, and analyze a controversial theory of attribution.

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The Textual Criticism of Visual and Aural Works, G. Thomas Tanselle, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation; Martin Boghardt and the Archaeology of the Printed Book, Paul Needham, Princeton University; Verses in Sermons Again: The Case of Cambridge, Jesus College, MS Q.A.13, Ralph Hanna, Keble College, Oxford; Royal-Paper Copies of Aldine Editions, 1494-1550, Conor Fahy, University of London; Printing The Faerie Queene in 1590, Andrew Zurcher, Queens' College, Cambridge; A Question (Not) to Be Askt: Is Hand D a Copy?, Gerald E. Downs; The Paper of Shakespeare's Quartos, R. Carter Hailey, College of William and Mary; Mary Astell's Work toward a New Edition of A Serious Proposal to the Ladies, Part II, E. Derek Taylor, Longwood University; Henry Fielding in China, Jiaming Han, Peking University; When Book History Neglects Bibliography: Troubles with the 'Old Canon' in The Reading Nation, Thomas Bonnell, St. Mary's College; Authors of the Mind: Some Notes on the QSUM Attribution Theory, Stephen Karian, Marquette University; 'Telling It Unabridged': Graham Swift's Revision of Waterland, David Leon Higdon, Texas Tech University

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Engels
Bindwijze
Hardcover
Druk
2005-2006 ed.
Verschijningsdatum
2008-12-03
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300 pagina's
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22 jaar
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9780813926537

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320
Oorspronkelijke releasedatum
2008-12-15
Subtitel
2005-2006
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