The Editing of Old English
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The Editing of Old English

Papers from the 1990 Manchester Conference

Edited by D.G. Scragg and Paul E Szarmach

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Twenty often controversial essays dealing with different aspects of textual criticism.
Textual criticism is a topical subject and the twenty essays in this book offer a wide spectrum of views on the past, present and future of editing Old English. Texts covered include items of literary and historical prose and poetry, both within the traditional canon and outside it. The writers, all acknowledged experts in their fields, frequently represent their different positions in the provocative and polemical manner which characterised the conferenceat which the essays were first presented. This is a book which editors in all subject areas will benefit from and all Anglo-Saxon scholars will want to read.
Contributors: PAUL E. SZARMACH, HELMUT GNEUSS, MARILYN DEEGAN, PETER ROBINSON, ALEXANDER RUMBLE, DAVID N. DUMVILLE, MICHAEL LAPIDGE, DAVID HOWLETT, ANTONETTE DiPAOLO HEALEY, CLARE LEES, HUGH MAGENNIS, A.N. DOANE, KATHERINE O'BRIEN O'KEEFFE, GRAHAM D. CAIE, M.R. GODDEN, JOYCE HILL, THEODORE H. LEINBAUGH, KATHRYN SUTHERLAND, J.R. HALL, RICHARD DAMMERY, J.D. PHEIFER, D.G. SCRAGG

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November 1994

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Title Details

327 Pages

0 x 0 cm

9 b/w. Illustrations

Imprint: D.S.Brewer