2 edition of Editing nineteenth century texts found in the catalog.
Editing nineteenth century texts
Editorial Conference 2d University of Toronto, 1966
by Published for the Editorial Conference Committee, University of Toronto, by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto]
Written in English
|Contributions||Robson, John M., University of Toronto.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 145 p. facsims. ;|
|Number of Pages||145|
This book draws on a lengthy experience of teaching graduates how to approach medieval books. It leads the reader through the stages of the editorial process, using part of Richard Rolle's Commentary on the Song of Songs as the working exemplar. In the humane sciences, the need for texts is ubiquitous; they provide the regular objects of study. The problem may be stated briefly. Many authorial manuscripts have survived from the early nineteenth century, but if these manuscripts are compared in detail with the first editions of the relevant texts, this often reveals extensive differences in punctuation and similar matters (the so-called 'accidentals' of the text).
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Editing Nineteenth-Century Texts. Book Description: As R.J. Schoeck explained in his introduction to the first volume in this series, a group at the University of Toronto began in to plan annual conferences on editorial problems. Our first conference (October ), dealing with the sixteenth century, was followed by a second in November.
Editing nineteenth century texts. [Toronto]: Published for the Editorial Conference Committee, University of Toronto, by University of Toronto Press, [©] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Statement of Editorial Principles and Procedures: A Working Manual for Editing Nineteenth-Century American Texts Paperback – January 1, by Center for Editions of American Authors (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Author: Center for Editions of American Authors. Editing Eighteenth-Century Texts Book Description: This is the third publication to come from the Editorial Problems Conference held at the University of Toronto (the first two were Editing Sixteenth-Century Texts, edited by R.
Schoeck and Editing Nineteenth-Century Texts, edited by John M. Robson). Get this from a library. Editing nineteenth century texts: papers Editing nineteenth century texts book at the Editorial Conference, University of Toronto, November [John M Robson; University of Toronto.;].
The nineteenth-century reflection on Europe’s national identities involved a re-inventory and revalorisation of the vernacular cultural past and, above all, the nation’s literary heritage.
Everywhere in Europe, foundational texts (including medieval epics and romances, ancient laws and chronicles) were retrieved from their obscure repositories. Looking at a range of works from English, American and French literature, this volume demonstrates the number of different attitudes that exist towards the editorial process as well as the different ambitions for the texts that scholars seek to produce.
This book will be of Editing nineteenth century texts book to those studying and editing nineteenth-century literature. Editing the writings of Romantic and nineteenth-century literary figures has proven to be perennially controversial. In some cases, a wealth of pre-publication material – drafts, fair copies, proofs, revises – creates challenges for editors trying to.
History of publishing, an account of the selection, preparation, and marketing of printed matter from its origins in ancient times to the present. The activity has grown from small beginnings into a vast and complex industry responsible for the dissemination of all manner of cultural material.
In the nineteenth century, rebellious females performed counter-readings of this misogynist tradition. Lucifer was reconceptualized as a feminist liberator of womankind, and Eve became a heroine.
In these reimaginings, Satan is an ally in the struggle against a tyrannical patriarchy supported by God the Father and his male priests.5/5(8). Lucy Lethbridge wrote a book Servants.
A Downstairs History of Britain from the Nineteenth Century to Modern Times in The book includes various stories connected with domestic servitude. Thanks to a book by Kate Hubbard, Serving Victoria: Life in the Royal Household published inwe can have a look what serving the Queen Victoria.
With contributions from a wide range of participants who have played seminal roles as editors of Canadian literatures—from nineteenth-century works to the contemporary avant-garde, from canonized texts to anthologies of so-called minority writers and the oral literatures of the First Nations—this collection is the first of its kind.
The Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities and the Universities’ Committee for Scottish Literature would like to announce the second of a series of four workshops designed to provide doctoral students of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature with the knowledge and skills required for the scholarly editing of texts from the period.
Three Nineteenth-Century Munsee Texts: Archaisms, Dialect. Variation, and Problems of Textual Criticism. IVES GODDARD. Munsee texts: A Youth and His Uncle. Moshkim. Origin Myth. On Editing Bill Leaf’s Meskwaki Texts. LUCY THOMASON. Meskwaki text: Bill Leaf’s Story of Red-Leggins Challenges of Editing and Presenting the Corpus of.
The Course. It’s perhaps no surprise that when asked to teach a nineteenth-century novel course I would ask for permission to teach the course as an early nineteenth-century course.
My very first use of Austen-as-rationale was in its title: “Two Hundred Years Since: Austen's Sister-Novelists in the Literary Marketplace” a title that obviously made use of Austen’s popularity (or. Martin West, Textual Criticism and Editorial Technique Applicable to Greek and Latin Texts () Ralph Hannah, Editing Medieval Texts: An Introduction, Using Exemplary Materials Derived from Richard Rolle ‘Super Canticum’ 4 () David d’Avray, Medieval Marriage Sermons: Mass Communication in a Culture Without Print ().
Editing Non-Canonical Texts: Issues and Opportunities. Introduction, Kenneth M. Price; From the Canonical to the Non-Canonical: Editing, the Walt Whitman Archive, and Nineteenth-Century Newspaper Poetry, Elizabeth Lorang; Rethinking Digital Editing Practices to Better Address Non-Canonical Texts, Amanda Gailey.
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 ation deadline: Request Info, EU and Non-EU.
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They can. 11 See Leonard Schwarz, ‘Professions, Elites, and Universities in England, ’, The Historical Journal (): The increased interest in expanding the education system in the late nineteenth century is evident in the various commissions that were established to report on schooling, and the legislation which followed: the Clarendon Report () and Author: Noelle Phillips.
Of particular note is Patrick Brantlinger’s argument that novels grew more bourgeois from the period between and “That change,” Brantlinger suggests, “has less to do with new readers or the sheer increase of literacy than with, on the one hand, evangelical and utilitarian stress on reforming public morality and, on the other, the industrial and commercial .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.This essay proposes that editors and designers of electronic editions should consider "digital miscellaneity" as an eligible model for future editions of eighteenth-century texts.
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