Re-constructing the Book: Literary Texts in Transmission

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Maureen Bell
Ashgate, Jan 1, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 231 pages
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Literary critics, textual editors and bibliographers, and historians of publishing have hitherto tended to publish their research as if in separate fields of enquiry. The purpose of this volume is to bring together contributions from these fields in a dialogue rooted in the transmission of texts. The book is intended as both an argument for and demonstration of the potential of this realignment of literary criticism, textual criticism and the history of the book. Arranged chronologically, so as to allow the use of individual sections relevant to period literature courses, the book offers students and teachers a set of essays designed to reflect these approaches and to signal their potential for fruitful integration.

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Why has Q4 Romeo and Juliet Such an Intelligent Editor?
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Marvells Coy Mistresses
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Thomas Gray David Hume and John Homes Douglas
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