Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies, Volume 10

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University of Michigan Press, 1998 - 448 páginas
TEXT 10 opens with six essays that treat a variety of texts from a predominantly theoretical focus. Among them are J.C.C. Mays and Robert Spoo's discussion of Hans Walter Gabler's controversial edition of Ulysses; Marta L. Werner's meditations on Emily Dickinson's late fragments; and Nick Frankel's consideration of Oscar Wilde's Salome "as a Work of Contradiction." Also featured are a cluster of essays on copyright and the status of texts--crucial questions for all textual scholars--and nine more specialized studies on topics ranging from "Annotating Piers Plowman" to Virginia Woolf's revisions of Between the Acts, with the essays arranged in chronological order of subject.
The review section opens with three review essays on major multi-volume editions (the Cornell Yeats, the works of Washington Irving, and the Howells edition) that situate these editions within current debates on author, text, and cultural context. Twelve reviews of individual studies or editions complete the volume.
W. Speed Hill is Professor of English, Lehman College and The Graduate Center, CUNY.
Edward M. Burns is Professor of English, William Paterson College.
Peter L. Shillingsburg is Professor of English, University of North Texas
 

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NICOLE FUGMANN
15
JAMES P HAMMERSMITH
31
WERNER
41
NICK FRANKEL
73
ROBERT SPOO
107
SMITH
120
DAVID GREETHAM
135
BAILA H CELEDONIA
145
JoAN BAKER
161
Prompsaults Discours sur les publications littraires
181
ANDREW MURPHY
202
ANN THOMPSON and NEIL TAYLOR
221
HANSON
237
ANDRE DE TIENNE
259
CHARLES JoHANNINGSMEIER
283
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