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A Rationale of Textual Criticism
Textual criticism-the traditional term for the task of evaluating the authority of the words and punctuation of a text-is often considered an undertaking preliminary to literary criticism: manyExpand
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Critical Editions, Hypertexts, and Genetic Criticism
During the past two decades or so, a stereotype has arisen--among some of the writers on textual matters--in which an Anglo-American approach, characterized by the production of a single "critical"Expand
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The Work of D. F. McKenzie
  • G. T. Tanselle
  • Art
  • The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of…
  • 1 December 2004
In recent years two books have been published that bring together thirteen pieces by D. F. McKenzie, most of his best-known essays among them. These volumes — Bibliography and the Sociology of TextsExpand
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Bibliographers and the Library
OF THE SCHOLARS who enter libraries to pursue research, those who call themselves bibliographers have been among the most vocal critics of the policies and attitudes they encounter. That there shouldExpand
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Books in My Life
As far back as I can remember, I was aware of the mahogany bookcases, lined with matched sets of volumes, that nearly filled the north wall of the living room of the house where I grew up. They areExpand
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Time in Romeo and Juliet
T is conventional for editors and critics to point out that in Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare compressed into a matter of days the action that took nine months in Brooke's Romeus and Juliet. They alsoExpand
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