Textual Scholarship: An Introduction

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Psychology Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 561 pages
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Designed for editors, literary and textual critics, and students, this historical and methodological survey is richly illustrated with line drawings and photographs. There is a bibliography of scholarship (including a list of standard editions in various fields), an appendix of illustrated types of scholarly editions with interpretive commentary, and a full index. The text is suitable for courses in research methods, critical editing, philology, paleography, manuscript studies, publishing, publishing history, and the history of the book and is an essential aid to graduate students in language and literature.
  

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Contents

Enumerative and Systematic Bibliography
13
Bibliography of Manuscript Books
47
Bibliography of Printed Books
77
Descriptive Bibliography
153
Paleography
169
Typography
225
Textual Bibliography
271
Textual Criticism
295
Scholarly Editing
347
Pages from the Shakespeare First Folio
373
Selected Bibliography
419
Index
527
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