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Ecdotica

Ecdotica


Direttore: Gian Mario Anselmi, Emilio Pasquini, Francisco Rico

n. 6 (2009)

ISBN 9788843053667


Indice

Premessa

(pagine: 7-8)

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Anglo-American Scholarly Editing, 1980-2005. Paul Eggert and Peter Shillingsburg, Introduction. Suggested Additional Readings

(pagine: 9-24)

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Hershel Parker, The “New Scholarship”: Textual Evidence and Its Implications for Criticism, Literary Theory, and Aesthetics (1981)

(pagine: 30-46)

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Jerome J. McGann, The Ideology of Final Intentions (1983)

(pagine: 47-56)

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James McLaverty, The Concept of Authorial Intention in Textual Criticism (1984)

(pagine: 57-75)

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Jerome J. McGann, The Monks and the Giants: Textual and Bibliographical Studies and the Interpretation of Literary Works (1985)

(pagine: 76-95)

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D. F. McKenzie, The Book as an Expressive Form (1985)

(pagine: 96-115)

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Peter L. Shillingsburg, Forms (1986)

(pagine: 116-125)

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Hans Walter Gabler, The Text as Process and the Problem of Intentionality (1987)

(pagine: 126-135)

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G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake’s Works as Performances: Intentions and Inattentions (1988)

(pagine: 136-156)

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G. Thomas Tanselle, Reconstructing the Texts of Works (1989)

(pagine: 157-173)

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D. C. Greetham, Textual and Literary Theory: Redrawing the Matrix (1989)

(pagine: 174-197)

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Harold Love, The Editing of Restoration Scriptorial Satire (1990)

(pagine: 198-216)

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Peter L. Shillingsburg, Text as Matter, Concept, and Action (1991)

(pagine: 217-245)

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Joseph Grigely, The Textual Event (1991)

(pagine: 246-266)

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Paul Eggert, Document and Text: The “Life” of the Literary Work and the Capacities of Editing (1994)

(pagine: 267-283)

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Trevor H. Howard-Hill, The Dangers of Editing, or, the Death of the Editor (1998)

(pagine: 284-301)

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George Bornstein, How to Read a Page: Modernism and Material Textuality (1999)

(pagine: 302-330)

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Paul Werstine, Copy-Text Editing: The Author-izing of Shakespeare (2001)

(pagine: 331-345)

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Richard Bucci, Tanselle’s “Editing without a Copy-Text”: Genesis, Issues, Prospects (2003)

(pagine: 346-376)

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Kathryn Sutherland, ‘To an editor nothing is a trifle by which his author is obscured’ (2005)

(pagine: 377-392)

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Sally Bushell, Intention Revisited: Towards an Anglo-American “genetic criticism” (2005)

(pagine: 393-409)

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David L. Hoover, Hot-Air Textuality: Literature after Jerome Mc-Gann (2005)

(pagine: 410-426)

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Foro

Santiago Muñoz Machado e Alberto Musso, Il diritto d’autore (o connesso) delle edizioni critiche

(pagine: 427-458)

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Rassegne

(pagine: 459-477)

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