The Text as Evidence
Revising Editorial Principles

Edited by Andrew Gurr

Yearbook of English Studies 29

W. S. Maney & Son Ltd for the Modern Humanities Research Association

2 January 1999  •  352pp

ISBN: 0-901286-95-8 (paperback)

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

ix
Editorial Note
Nicola Bradbury
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1-23
Facts, Truefacts, Factoids; Or, Why Are They Still Saying Those Nasty Things about Epistemology?
David Greetham
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24-42
Hypotheses, Evidence, Editing, and Explication
Marcus Walsh
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43-56
Identifying Text and Postmodernist Editorial Projects
Ian Small
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57-68
New Variorum Shakespeares in the Twenty-First Century
Maurice Hunt
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69-87
Benefiting from the Book: The Oxford Edition of Samuel Daniel
John Pitcher
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88-102
Where Are We Now with Authorship and the Work?
Paul Eggert
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103-117
Post-Theory Problems in Shakespeare Editing
Paul Werstine
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118-137
'Came errour here by mysse of man': Editing and the Metaphysics of Presence
Andrew Murphy
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138-150
'I'll have grounds ǀ More relative than this': The Puzzle of John Ward's 'Hamlet' Promptbooks
Ann Thompson
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151-175
Attribution Tests and the Editing of Seventeenth-Century Poetry
John Burrows, Harold Love
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176-190
Editing Different Versions of Romantic Texts
Douglas S. Mack
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191-201
Line-End Hyphenation as a Problem for Editors, with Case-Studies from De Quincey
Grevel Lindop
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202-230
A Poem for All Seasons: Yeats, Meaning, and the Publishing History of 'The Lake Isle of Innisfree' in the 1890s
Peter D. McDonald
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231-246
Towards a New Version of D. H. Lawrence's 'The Daughter-in-Law': Scholarly Edition or Play Text?
John Worthen
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247-261
Editing the Evidence with Electronic Publishing
Charles T. Meadow
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262-263
Review of Wendell V. Harris, Beyond Poststructuralism: The Speculations of Theory and the Experience of Reading
Joe Carter
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263-264
Review of Jeremy Hawthorn, Cunning Passages: New Historicism, Cultural Materialism and Marxism in the Contemporary Literary Debate
Wendy Wheeler
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264-265
Review of Anne Ferry, The Title to the Poem
Stephen Matterson
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265-266
Review of Paul Alpers, What Is Pastoral?
J. B. Lethbridge
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266-267
Review of Sanford Budick, Wolfgang Iser, The Translatability of Cultures: Figurations of the Space between
Paul Smethurst
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267-269
Review of John Kerrigan, Revenge Tragedy: Aeschylus to Armageddon
Rowland Wymer
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269-270
Review of Michelle P. Brown, The Book of Cerne: Prayer, Patronage and Power in Ninth-Century England
Anne Lawrence
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270-271
Review of Thomas H. Bestul, Texts of the Passion: Latin Devotional Literature and Medieval Society
C. W. Marx
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271-272
Review of Thomas J. Farrell, Bakhtin and Medieval Voices
Janette Dillon
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273-274
Review of James Stokes, Robert J. Alexander, Records of Early English Drama: Somerset. Including Bath
Andrew Gurr
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274-275
Review of James P. Carley, Felicity Riddy, Arthurian Literature, XIV
Ad Putter
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276-277
Review of David Reid, David Hume of Godscroft's 'The History of the House of Douglas'
Michael R. G. Spiller
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277-278
Review of S. H. Rigby, Chaucer in Context: Society, Allegory, and Gender
Jane Chance
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278-279
Review of Michael N. Salda, Jean E. Jost, Chaucer Yearbook: A Journal of Late Medieval Studies. Vol. 3. (1996)
John Withrington
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280-281
Review of Gordon Teskey, Allegory and Violence
Robin Headlam Wells
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281-282
Review of Jennifer Fellows, Rosalind Field, Gillian Rogers, Judith Weiss, Romance Reading on the Book: Essays on Medieval Narrative Presented to Maldwyn Mills
Andrew Taylor
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282-283
Review of Helen Cooper, Sally Mapstone, The Long Fifteenth Century: Essays for Douglas Gray
A. S. G. Edwards
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283-285
Review of Elizabeth Archibald, A. S. G. Edwards, A Companion to Malory
Catherine Batt
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285-287
Review of Ann Moss, Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structuring of Renaissance Thought
Laurie E. Maguire
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287-288
Review of David Hill Radcliffe, Edmund Spenser: A Reception History
Willy Maley
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289-290
Review of Rebecca W. Bushnell, A Culture of Teaching: Early Modern Humanism in Theory and Practice
Andrew Hadfield
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290-291
Review of Peter Iver Kaufman, Prayer, Despair, and Drama: Elizabethan Introspection
Humphrey Gyde
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291-293
Review of Louis Montrose, The Purpose of Playing: Shakespeare and the Cultural Politics of the Elizabethan Theatre
Pauline Kiernan
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293-294
Review of Peter B. Murray, Shakespeare's Imagined Persons: The Psychology of Role-Playing and Acting
Pauline Kiernan
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294-295
Review of David Bevington, Endymion: John Lyly
Rosalind King
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295-296
Review of Peter Davison, The First Quarto of King Richard III
Paul Werstine
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296-297
Review of Laurie E. Osborne, The Trick of Singularity: 'Twelfth Night' and the Performance Editions
R. A. Foakes
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298-299
Review of Trevor R. Griffiths, William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Rosalind King
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299-301
Review of William C. Carroll, Fat King, Lean Beggar: Representations of Poverty in the Age of Shakespeare
Andrew Spong
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301-302
Review of Dustin Griffin, Literary Patronage in England, 1650-1800
Allan Ingram
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302-303
Review of Toni Bowers, The Politics of Motherhood: British Writing and Culture, 1680-1760
Brean Hammond
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303-304
Review of Edward A. Bloom, Lillian D. Bloom, Hester Lynch Piozzi, The Piozzi Letters: Correspondence of Hester Lynch Piozzi, 1784-1821 (Formerly Mrs. Thrale). Vol. 4. 1805-1810
Allan Ingram
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305-306
Review of Gwen Averley, Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (NSTC)
Michael Twyman
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306-307
Review of Adam Sweeting, Reading Houses and Building Books: Andrew Jackson Downing and the Architecture of Popular Antebellum Literature, 1835-1855
James Hurt
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307-309
Review of Murray Roston, Victorian Contexts: Literature and the Visual Arts
J. B. Bullen
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309-310
Review of Garrett Stewart, Dear Reader: The Conscripted Audience in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction
Nicola Bradbury
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310-311
Review of Tricia Lootens, Lost Saints: Silence, Gender, and Victorian Literary Canonization
Catherine Maxwell
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311-312
Review of Valerie L. Gager, Shakespeare and Dickens: The Dynamics of Influence
Peter Rawlings
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312-313
Review of Wyn Kelley, Melville's City: Literary and Urban Form in Nineteenth-Century New York
Eric Homberger
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313-314
Review of Julie Rivkin, False Positions: The Representational Logics of Henry James's Fiction
Nicola Bradbury
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314-315
Review of Geoffrey Galt Harpham, One of Us: The Mastery of Joseph Conrad
Keith Carabine
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315-316
Review of Leonard Cassuto, Jeanne Campbell Reesman, Rereading Jack London
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
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316-318
Review of Mark Kinkead-Weekes, D. H. Lawrence: Triumph to Exile, 1912-1922
Margaret Storch
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318-320
Review of James L. Battersby, Reason and the Nature of Texts
Jeremy Tambling
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320-321
Review of John Howard Wilson, Evelyn Waugh: A Literary Biography, 1903-1924
Martin Stannard
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321-322
Review of Calvin Thomas, Male Matters: Masculinity, Anxiety, and the Male Body
Alison Mark
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322-323
Review of Charles A. Johanningsmeier, Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace: The Role of Newspaper Syndicates in America, 1860-1900
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
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323-324
Review of James Acheson, Samuel Beckett's Artistic Theory and Practice: Criticism, Drama and Early Fiction
Lance Butler
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324-325
Review of Jeremy Hooker, Writers in a Landscape
Peter Faulkner
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325-326
Review of Charles Caramello, Henry James, Gertrude Stein, and the Biographical Act
Denis Flannery
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326-327
Review of Kathryne V. Lindberg, Joseph G. Kronick, America's Modernisms: Revaluing the Canon. Essays in Honor of Joseph N. Riddel
Peter Nicholls
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327-329
Review of Margaret Dickie, Thomas Travisano, Gendered Modernisms: American Women Poets and Their Reader
Helen M. Dennis
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329-330
Review of Janet Handler Burstein, Writing Mothers, Writing Daughters: Tracing the Maternal in Stories by American Jewish Women
Edward A. Abramson
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330-331
Review of Edward J. Dupuy, Autobiography in Walker Percy: Repetition, Recovery, and Redemption
Kieran Quinlan
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331-332
Review of Maria DiCenzo, The Politics of Alternative Theatre in Britain, 1968-1990: The Case of 7:84 (Scotland)
Peter Womack
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332-333
Review of Arnold Krupat, The Turn to the Native: Studies in Criticism and Culture
Helen Carr
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333-334
Review of Lee Clark Mitchell, Westerners: Making the Man in Fiction and Film
Douglas Pye
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335
Review of Elsa Nettels, Language and Gender in American Fiction: Howells, James, Wharton and Cather
Janet Beer
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336-337
Review of Graham Seal, The Outlaw Legend: A Cultural Tradition in Britain, America and Australia
Stephen Cowden
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337-338
Review of Michael Wilding, Studies in Classic Australian Fiction
Ruth Brown
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338-340
Review of Paul Kane, Australian Poetry: Romanticism and Negativity
C. L. Innes
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340-341
Review of Rosemary Jane Jolly, Colonization, Violence, and Narration in White South African Writing: André Brink, Breyten Breytenbach, and J. M. Coetzee
Helen Kapstein
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341-342
Review of Jyotsna G. Singh, Colonial Narratives/Cultural Dialogues: 'Discoveries' of India in the Language of Colonialism
Ranu Samantrai
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