The Iconic Page In Manuscript Print And Digital Culture

Author: George Bornstein
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472108657
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The Iconic Page In Manuscript Print And Digital Culture from the Author: George Bornstein. Crystallizes advanced research on the "meanings" that are created by a work's physical construction

Manuscripts Texts Theology

Author: David C. Parker
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110211947
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Manuscripts Texts Theology from the Author: David C. Parker. David C. Parker is one of the worldÔÇÖs foremost specialists in New Testament textual research. This volume brings together his most important short writings on the topic in a revised and updated version. They cover studies of individual manuscripts and groups and analyses of textual problems, assessments of editions, as well as discussions of passages where the New Testament text is uncertain, and of the wider exegetical and theological significance of the passages.

Annual Bibliography Of The History Of The Printed Book And Libraries

Author: Dept. of Special Collections of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402016868
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Annual Bibliography Of The History Of The Printed Book And Libraries from the Author: Dept. of Special Collections of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek. The Annual Bibliography of the History of the Printed Book and Libraries aims at recording articles of scholarly value which relate to the history of the printed book, to the history of arts, crafts, techniques and equipment, and of the economic social and cultural environment, involved in its production, distribution, conservation and description.

Reading Notes Edited By Dirk Van Hulle Wim Van Mierlo Book Reviews Editor Dirk Van Hulle

Author: Dirk van Hulle
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042018211
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Reading Notes Edited By Dirk Van Hulle Wim Van Mierlo Book Reviews Editor Dirk Van Hulle from the Author: Dirk van Hulle. Reading notes constitute a vast resource for an understanding of literary history and culture. They indicate what writers read as well as how they read and what they used in their own work. As such, they play an important role in both the reception and the production of texts. The essays in this volume, representing the newest trends in European and international textual scholarship, examine literary creation and the relationship between reading and writing. To study how readers respond to writing and how reading engenders new writing, the contributing scholars no longer take for granted that authors write in splendid isolation, but turn to a more broadly sociological investigation of authorship, assigning new roles to the writer as reader, notetaker, annotator, book collector and so on. Notes and annotations may be fragmentary, private, undigested and embryonic, but as witnesses to the reading process, they tell unique stories about writers and readers, ranging from great marginalists like Coleridge to women annotators of cookbooks. This subject of research is a junction of several fields of research and tries to bridge gaps between separate disciplines with a common ground, such as the history of the book, the history of reading, and the history of writing, scholarly editing, and textual genetics (the analysis, commentary and critical interpretation of the way in which works of art come into being), bridging the gap between literary and textual criticism.

The Johns Hopkins Guide To Literary Theory Criticism

Author: Michael Groden
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Univ Pr
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The Johns Hopkins Guide To Literary Theory Criticism from the Author: Michael Groden. The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism has become the indispensable resource for scholars and students of literary theory and discourse. The long-awaited second edition includes 48 new entries and subentries and has been revised throughout, taking account of ten years of rapidly changing scholarship. While concentrating on the explosion of contemporary critical and theoretical works, the Guide presents a comprehensive historical survey of ideas and individuals ranging from Plato and Aristotle to twentieth-century scholars. It includes more than 240 alphabetically arranged entries on critics and theorists, critical schools and movements, and the critical and theoretical innovations of specific countries and historical periods. It also examines developments in other disciplines which have shaped literary theory and criticism. An international, encyclopedic guide to the field's most important figures, schools, and movements, the new edition reflects the state of literary theory and criticism.

Measures Of Possibility

Author: Domhnall Mitchell
ISBN: 9781558494565
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Measures Of Possibility from the Author: Domhnall Mitchell. Debates about editorial proprieties have been at the center of Emily Dickinson scholarship since the 1981 publication of Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson?. This work sets out to test the hypothesis of Dickinson's textual radicalism, and its consequences for readers, students, and teachers.


Author: Paul E. Szarmach
Publisher: Mrts
ISBN: 9780866983822
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Intertexts from the Author: Paul E. Szarmach.

Manga From The Floating World

Author: Adam L. Kern
Publisher: Harvard Univ Council on East Asian
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Manga From The Floating World from the Author: Adam L. Kern. Manga from the Floating World is the first full-length study in English of the kiby├┤shi, a genre of sophisticated pictorial fiction widely read in late-eighteenth-century Japan. By combining analysis of the socioeconomic and historical milieus in which the genre was produced and consumed with three annotated translations of works by major author-artist Sant├┤ Ky├┤den (1761-1816) that closely reproduce the experience of encountering the originals, Adam Kern offers a sustained close reading of the vibrant popular imagination of the mid-Edo period. The kiby├┤shi, Kern argues, became an influential form of political satire that seemed poised to transform the uniquely Edoesque brand of urban commoner culture into something more, perhaps even a national culture, until the shogunal government intervened. Based on extensive research using primary sources in their original Edo editions, the volume is copiously illustrated with rare prints from Japanese archival collections. It serves as an introduction not only to the kiby├┤shi but also to the genre's readers and critics, narratological conventions, modes of visuality, format, and relationship to the modern Japanese comicbook (manga) and to the popular literature and wit of Edo. Filled with graphic puns and caricatures, these entertaining works will appeal to the general reader as well as to the more experienced student of Japanese cultural history.