The Renaissance Text : Theory, Editing, Textuality


The Renaissance Text : Theory, Editing, Textuality

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 240 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719059179
  • DDC分類 820.9003

Full Description

This collection of essays focuses attention on the broad issue of Renaissance textuality. It explores such topics as the position of the reader relative to the text; the impact of editorial strategies and modes of presentation on our understanding of the text; the complexities of extended textual histories; and the relevance of gender to the process of textual retrieval and preservation.

The essays, whilst informed by contemporary theory, are not dominated by a single programmatic viewpoint. Reflecting the multiplicitous nature of Renaissance textuality, the collection provides space for a variety of different positions and lines of analysis and enquiry.

The Renaissance text will be of interest to those with specialist concerns in editing, textuality and bibliography, and will also be of interest to those more generally concerned with Renaissance literature or with textual or literary history.


List of figures
Notes on contributors
Andrew Murphy
Essays, works and small poems: Samuel Daniel
John Pitcher
Hypertext and multiplicity: the medieval example
Graham D. Caie
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Gary Taylor
Anthologising the early modern female voice
Ramona Wray
(Un)editing and textual theory: positioning the reader
Michael Steppat
Margins of truth
Stephen Orgel
Naming, renaming and unnaming in the Shakepearean quartos and folio
Peter Stallybrass
Composition/decomposition: singular Shakespeare and the death of the author
Laurie E. Maguire
Graham Holderness, Stanley E. Porter and Carol Banks
Ghost writing: Hamlet and the ur-Hamlet
Emma Smith
Texts and textualities: a Shakespearean history
Andrew Murphy
Afterword: confessions of a reformed uneditor
Leah S. Marcus