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Editorial Theory

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A World of Fiction

Digital Collections and the Future of Literary History

Proposes a new basis for data-rich literary history

Traces of the Old, Uses of the New

The Emergence of Digital Literary Studies

Mapping the history of digital literary scholarship, Earhart stakes a claim for discipline-specific histories of digital study

Proofs of Genius

Collected Editions from the American Revolution to the Digital Age

The first extensive study of the collected edition as an editorial genre and its obscured role in shaping the American literary canon

Melville Unfolding

Sexuality, Politics, and the Versions of Typee

Sheds new light on Melville's classic novel Typee through a close and revealing look at his revision process

Textual Awareness

A Genetic Study of Late Manuscripts by Joyce, Proust, and Mann

Compares the writing processes behind three central works of the modernist canon, revealing fascinating connections between literary and textual criticism

The Fluid Text

A Theory of Revision and Editing for Book and Screen

The first coherent theoretical, critical, and editorial approach to the study of literary revision

William of Palerne

An Electronic Edition

An interactive exploration of a medieval romantic poem

Managing Readers

Printed Marginalia in English Renaissance Books

A sideways look at books that sheds light on the activities of authors, printers, and readers during the English Renaissance

The "Piers Plowman" Electronic Archive, Vol. 2

Cambridge, Trinity College, MS B.15.17 (W)

New in SEENET: The second volume in The "Piers Plowman" Electronic Archive series

Thomas Heywood's Art of Love

The First Complete English Translation of Ovid's Ars Amatoria

The English Art of Love

The "Piers Plowman" Electronic Archive, Vol. 1

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, MS 201 (F)

The first in a series of documentary editions of the "Piers Plowman" Electronic Archive

Collaborative Meaning in Medieval Scribal Culture

The Otho La3amon

A new interpretive approach with wide implications for the study of medieval literatures


A Story

A new critical edition of Thackeray's first novel

The Luck of Barry Lyndon

A Romance of the Last Century. By Fitz-Boodle.

Critical edition of a hard-edged novel that was a significant and progressive experiment in narration

A Guide to Editing Middle English

An invaluable companion for scholars and students of Middle English

The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture

Crystallizes advanced research on the "meanings" that are created by a work's physical construction

Resisting Texts

Authority and Submission in Constructions of Meaning

Reveals how language and texts are used to control both the present and the past

Much Labouring

The Texts and Authors of Yeats's First Modernist Books

Explores Yeats's engagement with issues of gender and class.

The Margins of the Text

These essays challenge the positivist, patriarchal assumptions of earlier approaches to textual criticism.


An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies, Volume XIII, 1995

Includes a special section on teaching Yeats

A Poem Containing History

Textual Studies in The Cantos

A suggestive survey of new approaches to a twentieth-century classic


An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies, Volume XII, 1994

Contains the best of recent Yeats criticism