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Editing Early Modern Texts: An Introduction to Principles and Practice
Michael Hunter, Editing Early Modern Texts: An Introduction to Principles and Practice, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, pp. xii + 171, h/b. £49.99, ISBN: 978-0-230-00807-6This book has aExpand
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Getting It Back to Front in 1590: Spenser's Dedications, Nashe's Insinuations, and Ralegh's Equivocations
The most conspicuous feature of the back matter of the 1590 edition of The Faerie Queene is that, of course, it is not at the front. (1) Dedications, epistles to patrons, commendatory sonnets, andExpand
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Printing The Faerie Queene in 1590
Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene went into publication for the first time in 1590, it was the largest work of English poetry ever seen through the press by a living author. Spenser apparently hadExpand
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Deficiency and Supplement: Perfecting the Prosthetic Text
Ralph Knevet’s 1635 A Supplement of The Faery Queene is a prosthetic (supplementary, “added-on”) in every way: not only does it supply supposedly missing parts of Spenser’s The Faerie Queene, but itsExpand
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Edmund Spenser : selected letters and other papers
List of plates List of abbreviations Introduction Note on the texts Letters and Papers Appendix 1: Spenser and Ireland: A Summary Chronology Appndix 2: Spenser's Ireland: Short Biographies AppendixExpand
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A supplement of the Faery Queene
Introduction Knevet's language: A supplementary glossary of frequently used terms [Knevet's] Preface A supplement of the Faery Queene Commentary Bibliography Index
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Spenser's Secretarial Career
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