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Art and error: modern textual editing.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ronald Gottesman; Scott Bennett
|Description:||xi, 306 p. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||The application of thought to textual criticism, by A.E. Housman.--The rationale of copy-text, by W.W. Greg.--Editorial problems: a preliminary survey, by R.C. Bald.--Some principles for scholarly editions for nineteenth-century American authors, by F. Bowers.--The aesthetics of textual criticism, by J. Thorpe.--A textual paradox: Rochester's To a lady in a letter, by D.M. Veith.--Editing the letters of letter-writers, by R. Halsband.--Establishing a text: the Emily Dickinson papers, by T.H. Johnson.--Editing a nineteenth-century novelist, by J. Butt.--Samuel Clemens and his English publishers: biographical and editorial problems, by D. Welland.--Some textual problems in Yeats, by R.K. Alspach.--Back to Methusela: textual problems in Shaw, by H.M. Geduld.--Notes on the textual history of The sound and the fury, by J.B. Meriwether.--Computor aids to editing the text of Dryden, by V.A. Dearing.--The ordered computor collation of unprepared literary text, by W.M. Gibson and G.R. Petty, Jr.--Further readings (p. 301-306).|
|Responsibility:||compiled and edited by Ronald Gottesman and Scott Bennett.|