2 edition of Textual primitivism and the editing of Wordsworth found in the catalog.
Textual primitivism and the editing of Wordsworth
Photocopy from Studies in romanticism, v.28, spring, pp. 3-28.
|Other titles||Studies in romanticism.|
|Contributions||Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850.|
Textual criticism, the technique of restoring texts as nearly as possible to their original form. Texts in this connection are defined as writings other than formal documents, inscribed or printed on paper, . Textualism definition is - strict or rigid adherence to a text (such as the text of the Scriptures); specifically, US law: a legal philosophy that laws and legal documents (such as the U.S. Constitution) should be .
a technical term in Textual Criticism where scribal errors occur where words, parts of words, or lines are omitted because the transcriber's eyes fell to a subsequent and similar ending, whether of a syllable, . Filed under: American literature -- Criticism, Textual. A Guide to Documentary Editing (online 3rd edition, ca. ), by Mary-Jo Kline and Susan Holbrook Perdue (at ) Items below (if .
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Textual Primitivism and the Editing of Wordsworth Students of romanticism have long been familiar with the spectacle of Wordsworth revising himself.
He wrote his poems over and over in a process that. Preludes have appeared: W. Owen's The Fourteen-Book Prelude By William Wordsworth,which presented the poem as it evolved in the s until its ﬁrst publication inand Mark. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: What Keats is about --Keats and Wordsworth --Keats and Coleridge --Reading Keats's plots.
“On the latter point, it was sometimes noted that Christians gathered together under the cloak of darkness, calling one another "brother" and "sister" and greeting one another with kisses; they were. The Faculty of English Language and Literature in Oxford has a longstanding and distinctive strength in the study of the 'material text', the history of the book and textual editing.
The Faculty's members. William Wordsworth, Last Poems, Ed. Jared Curtis, Apryl Lea Denny-Ferris and Jillian Heydt Stevenson. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press ISBN: Price: US$ An Author: Brennan O'Donnell. Textual Primitivism and the Editing of Wordsworth 9.
Pictorialism and Matter-of-Factness in Coleridge's Poems of Somerset The Multiple Versions of Coleridge's Poems: How Many Mariners Did. "Textual Primitivism and the Editing of Wordsworth" challenges the privileging of earliest versions of poems favored in the Cornell Wordsworth edition and sets forth problems that result from.
Stillinger, Jack. Textual Primitivism and the Editing of Wordsworth 3 Storch, Rudolf F. Review Thorslev, Peter. Post-Waterloo Liberalism: The Second Generation Urdank, Albion M.
Review. AFTER A VISIT TO GRASMERE and a tour of Dove Cottage, Mrs Brown wants to know more about William Wordsworth. She thumbs through an inherited copy of Matthew Arnold’s Poems of Author: Stephen Gill.
Eight essays on the discipline and art of textual criticism and scholarly editing by the preeminent scholar G. Thomas Tanselle. Many of these essays have played a role in ongoing debates, and some of them - such as "The Editorial Problem of Final Authorial Intention" and "The. ‘ Textual Primitivism and the Editing of Wordsworth ’, Studies in Romanticism 28 (), 3 – Wolfson, Susan.
‘ The Illusion of Mastery: Wordsworth’s Revisions of “The Drowned Man of Esthwaite” ’. A textuality consists of base-texts, "those that define a textual community and form a part of the necessary cultural competence of its members", result-texts, "bids that have just been accepted and.
This item: A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism, Foreword by David C Greetham by Jerome J. McGann Paperback $ Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by Cited by: Stephen Gill, William Wordsworth: A Life (Oxford: Clarendon, ).
Gill’s introduction warns of the dangers of a text like The Prelude which presents a version of the self to an implied audience while at Author: Ashton Nichols. A beginners introduction to textual criticism that can also be used by advanced students for review purposes, 'New Testament Textual Criticism' presents the fundamentals in a concise book Reviews: In their essay on "John Taylor's Editing of Clare's The Shepherd's Calendar," Eric Robinson and Geoffrey Summerfield follow this line of inquiry and aim to expose "the nature and.
William Wordsworth, Last Poems, Ed. Jared Curtis, Apryl Lea Denny-Ferris and Jillian Heydt Stevenson. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press ISBN: Price: US$ Un Author: Brennan O'Donnell. Textual criticism - Textual criticism - History of textual criticism: Until the 20th century the development of textual criticism was inevitably dominated by classical and biblical studies.
The systematic study and. Example of Textual Criticism - John The following example analyzes one textual problem that involves a single word. Finegan explores this in detail in his book Encountering NT Manuscripts.
In. Textual Primitivism and the Editing of Wordsworth. William Strunk Jr. wrote the original book and printed it privately in for use by students in his composition class at Cornell Author: Peter Simonsen.The thesis represents the first critical edition of Ford Madox Ford's first volume of poems, The Questions at the Well (), accumulating all relevant bibliographical material and providing an original Author: Ashley.
Chantler.Reflections on Textual Editing in the Time of the History of the Book Wim Van Mierlo A fundamental issue frequently discussed in textual scholarship is the relationship between “text” and “work”. Since the .