5 edition of Editing twentieth century texts found in the catalog.
by Published for the Editorial Conference Committee, University of Toronto by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto, Buffalo]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by Francess G. Halpenny.|
|Contributions||Halpenny, Francess G., ed.|
|LC Classifications||PN162 .E3 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||72151371|
No, the more modern the book the more balanced, since archival material becomes available only with time, as does access to battlefields, DNA testing, consideration of masses of evidence from inter-diciplinary discoveries, etc. People who write hi. One of the fundamental principles of modern textual editing, starting with New Bibliography in the early twentieth century, is to use the early prints, the .
Taylor & Francis has been supporting book authors since the early twentieth century and has a significant reputation in the academic book publishing industry. Standard Book Editing (with a focus on language editing that gives the book a natural English tone and voice), or Consultative Book Editing (providing a more substantive and. The Writing, Editing and Mediating Master's track (often abbreviated to WEM), offers students a choice of courses that focus on non-fiction writing for specific audiences, the history of texts in their various forms (from manuscript to digital book), proof-reading and correcting English texts, and producing texts for publication.
and Eighteenth-Century Editing: The Beginnings of Interpretative Scholarship (Cambridge, New York, and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, ), pp. I 0. 4 'The Rationale of Copy-text', Studies in Bibliography, 3 ( 1), (p. 28). 5 The classic paper in English on this subject is Eugene Vinaver, 'Principles of Textual Emendation'. This book provides an approachable exposition of the rationale of textual editing with special reference to texts from between The volume explains how manuscript and printed texts were produced, indicating the implications of this for their editorial treatment and giving practical advice on how texts should be prepared and presented Pages:
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Free shipping for many products. We know Shakespeare's writings only from imperfectly-made early editions, from which editors struggle to remove errors. This book analyses the controversies provoked by this struggle across the twentieth century, showing the reader why Shakespeare's texts are not settled, and why modern editors cannot agree on how they should present by: And yet, as the controversy around Hans Walter Gabler’s edition of Ulysses has made clear, twentieth-century texts are deeply problematic at the physical as well as the interpretive level.
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This story--told in Latin with a translation on facing pages, normalized spelling, and twentieth-century punctuation-makes a lively read for anyone interested in human behavior.
It concerns a twe1fthcentuty nobleman who Cited by: 2. We know Shakespeare's writings only from imperfectly-made early editions, from which editors struggle to remove errors. The New Bibliography of the early twentieth century, refined with technological enhancements in the s and s, taught generations of editors how to make sense of the early editions of Shakespeare and use them to make modern editions.5/5.
Since it was first published inthis book has become one of the leading anthologies of art theoretical texts in the English-speaking world. This expanded edition includes the fruits of recent research, involving a considerable amount of newly translated material from the entire period, together with additional texts from the last decades Book Edition: REV An authors' editor is a language professional who works "with authors to make draft texts fit for purpose".
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Just plain, good non-fiction. Note: the 21st Century began on January 1st, Books originally published in or before are not eligible.It’s hard to overemphasize the impact of modern American scholarly editing in the third quarter of the twentieth century: volumes of novels, letters, diaries, statesmen’s papers, political pamphlets, and philosophical and scientific treatises were published in editions that claimed to be scholarly, with texts established and verified.