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Walter Wilson Greg papers, 1557-1959 (bulk 1905-1959).

Author: W W Greg
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers contain correspondence, printed material, writings and other papers documenting the scholarly career of Walter Wilson Greg, particularly his work on the Bibilography of the English Printed Drama, his book reviews and his periodical articles concerning the editing of Shakespeare. Major correspondents include E. K. Chambers, D. M. Davin, A.W. Pollard, Evelyn Simpson, and Kenneth Sisam.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Named Person: Joseph Quincy Adams; E K Chambers; Dan Davin; Francis Fane, Sir; F S Ferguson; W W Greg; James Gilmer McManaway; Ray Nash; Alfred W Pollard; Walter Scholderer; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; Evelyn Mary Spearing Simpson; Kenneth Sisam; John Suckling, Sir; Emery Walker; F P Wilson
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: W W Greg
OCLC Number: 702144755
Description: 5 linear feet (15 boxes)
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The papers contain correspondence, printed material, writings and other papers documenting the scholarly career of Walter Wilson Greg, particularly his work on the Bibilography of the English Printed Drama, his book reviews and his periodical articles concerning the editing of Shakespeare. Major correspondents include E. K. Chambers, D. M. Davin, A.W. Pollard, Evelyn Simpson, and Kenneth Sisam.

Series X contains early modern manuscript documents and fragments collected by Greg as paleographic specimens.

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