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Emendation and the Editorial Reconfiguration of Shakespeare

Published in Kidnie, M.J. & Massai, Sonia. Shakespeare and Textual Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015
Abstract This chapter anatomizes two opposed trends in the modern textual (re)configuration of Shakespeare, represented by the respective belief that what we need is more extensive or less extensive editorial intervention. It focuses on one form of editorial intervention in which these opposed trends can be seen to crystallize: emendation.
Keywords ShakespeareEditingEmendationDrama
ISBN: 9781107023741
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ERNE, Lukas Christian. Emendation and the Editorial Reconfiguration of Shakespeare. In: Kidnie, M.J. & Massai, Sonia (Ed.). Shakespeare and Textual Studies. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:87692

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