Ecdotica

Table of Contents number 1, 2009, January-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-05366-7
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  • Vol.: VI
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    • Hershel Parker
    • The “New Scholarshipµ: Textual Evidence and Its Implications for Criticism, Literary Theory, and Aesthetics (1981)

    • pp. 30-46, DOI: 10.7385/98899
    • Jerome J. McGann
    • The Monks and the Giants: Textual and Bibliographical Studies and the Interpretation of Literary Works (1985)

    • pp. 76-95, DOI: 10.7385/98905
    • D. F. McKenzie
    • The Book as an Expressive Form (1985) Peter L. Shillingsburg, Forms (1986)

    • pp. 96-115, DOI: 10.7385/98906
    • G.E. Bentley
    • Blake’s Works as Performances: Intentions and Inattentions (1988)

    • pp. 136-156, DOI: 10.7385/98909
    • Paul Eggert
    • Document and Text: The "Life" of the Literary Work and the Capacities of Editing (1994)

    • pp. 267-283, DOI: 10.7385/98915
    • Richard Bucci
    • Tanselle’s "Editing without a Copy-Text": Genesis, Issues, Prospects (2003)

    • pp. 346-376, DOI: 10.7385/98919
    • Sally Bushell
    • Intention Revisited: Towards an Anglo-American "genetic criticism" (2005)

    • pp. 393-409, DOI: 10.7385/98921
    • Rassegne

    • Paola ItaliaMichelangelo Zaccarello
    • Paul Eggert, Securing the Past: Conservation in Art, Architecture and Literature; Pasquale Stoppelli, Filologia della letteratura italiana, e Filologia dei testi a stampa

    • pp. 459-477, DOI: 10.7385/98924