Editing Documents and Texts: An Annotated Bibliography

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 289 pages
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Over the past twenty years, the field of scholarly editing has expanded and altered immeasurably. In Editing Documents and Texts Beth Luey has compiled for the first time 900 references from nearly 200 journals and books that explain how scholarly editors do their work and the theories behind their editing. Bridging the traditional gap between historical and literary editing, Luey surveys the relevant scholarship in all editorial fields and presents a thorough picture of the state of the discipline. Anyone interested in the editing of documents and texts--whether an undergraduate or graduate student, instructor, or a beginning or experienced editor--will find Editing Documents and Texts an indispensible reference.
 

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This guide has four virtues: the annotated bibliography itself, 900 English-language books and articles (the latest published in 1988); an excellent index; linkage of the editing of historical ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Suggestions for Teaching
11
Bibliography
31
Editorial Mysteries
273
Index
279
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Beth Luey is Senior Lecturer and founding director of the Historical Editing and Publishing Program at Arizona State University. She is author of Handbook for Academic Authors and of numerous articles on the history and practice of publishing, which are drawn on her years of experience as an editor.

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