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100 1  Giuliani, Luigi 
245 10 Texts in Multiple Versions :|bHistories of Edition 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bEditions Rodopi,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2006 
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490 1  Variants - The Journal of the European Society for Textual
       Scholarship, 5 ;|vv.v. 5 
505 0  Intro -- Texts in Multiple Versions Histories of Editions 
       -- Variants 5 (2006) -- Scholarly Editions and Real 
       Readers -- Highlighting Variants in Literary Editions -- 
       Jumping to Conclusions -- Editing Texts with a 
       Multilingual Tradition -- The Critical Genetic Edition of 
       a Novel -- The False Originality of the Imaginary Artist -
       - Philological Issues Regarding a Multiple Plurilingual 
       Digital Edition -- The Copyist as Novelist -- Printing, 
       Textual Criticism and Traditional Lyrical Poetry -- The 
       Genetic Edition of Classical Texts with Multiple Variants 
       -- On Notation that does not Refine -- Changing Structure,
       Changing Meaning Multiple Versions of Modern Poetry 
       Collections as an Editorial Problem -- CD-Rom Edition of 
       Portuguese Theatre of the 16th Century -- The First Five 
       English Editions of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of 
       Species -- Unity in Diversity -- Editing Van den vos 
       Reynaerde -- Past, Present and Future of Editing Ferguut 
520    Texts in multiple versions constitute the core problem of 
       textual scholarship. For texts from antiquity and the 
       medieval period, the many versions may be the result of 
       manuscript transmission, requiring editors and readers to 
       discriminate between levels of authority in variant 
       readings produced along the chain of copying. For texts of
       all periods, and particularly for more modern authors, 
       there may also be multiple authorial versions. These are 
       of particular importance for genetic criticism, as they 
       offer a window on the author's thinking through the 
       developing work. The different contexts in which multiple 
       versions may occur - different languages, different genres,
       different cultures, ranging in this collection from 
       ancient Greek texts to novels by Cervantes and Aub, 
       dramatic texts from Portugal and Germany, poetry from The 
       Netherlands and Lithuania, scientific texts from the 19th 
       century - provide further layers of complexity.The 
       histories of countries are reflected in the histories of 
       editing. In Europe, this can be seen particularly in the 
       great period of 'nation-building' of the 19th century. 
       Essays in this volume survey editorial activity in The 
       Netherlands, Belgium and Germany in the nineteenth century,
       concluding that nation building and scholarly editing are 
       twinned. As a nation searches for its own identity, 
       textual scholarship is pressed into service to find and 
       edit the texts on which to establish that identity. The 
       two strands of this volume (multiple versions of texts; 
       editions and national histories) testify to the centrality
       of textual editing to many fields of research. There is 
       material here for literary scholars, historians, and for 
       readers interested in texts from Ancient Greece to 
       modernist classics 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Criticism, Textual.;Criticism 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Brinkman, Herman 
700 1  Lernout, Geert 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aGiuliani, Luigi|tTexts in Multiple 
       Versions : Histories of Edition|dAmsterdam : Editions 
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