Reading Readings: Essays on Shakespeare Editing in the Eighteenth Century

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Joanna Gondris
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1998 - 379페이지
Reading Readings begins with a long provocative essay by Random Cloud decrying eighteenth-century Shakespeare editions. The seventeen essays that follow assert the power of eighteenth-century editions to engage and inform the late twentieth-century reader. Together these essays show the many ways in which an examination of eighteenth-century Shakespeare editions can illuminate our understanding of Shakespeare, the eighteenth century, and the history and practice of editing.
 

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Shakspear Babel
1
Grammatical Emendation in Some EighteenthCentury Editions of Shakespeare with Particular Reference to Cymbeline
71
The Scene Changes? Stage Directions in EighteenthCentury Acting Editions of Shakespeare
86
Examining the Parts Linebyline Analysis and the Redistribution of Meaning
101
Lewis Theobald Edmond Malone and Others
103
The EighteenthCentury Shakespeare Variorum Page as a Critical Structure
123
Chedworth and the Territoriality of the Reader
140
Hamlets Mousetrap and the PlaywithintheAnecdote of Plutarch
164
The Rowe Editions of 17091714 and 31 of The Taming of the Shrew
244
Hanmers Winters Tale
268
The Annotation of Shakespeares Bawdy Tongue after Samuel Johnson
281
Editing and the Marketplace
297
Warburton Anonymity and the Shakespeare Wars
299
Anonymity and the Erasure of Shakespeares First EighteenthCentury Editor
318
A Comparison of the Two Editions of A Midsummer Nights Dream
323
Visual Images of Hamlet 17091800
330

Lewis Theobald and Theories of Editing
188
Codifying Gender The Disturbing Presence of Women
207
Where lies your Text?
209
Contending with Ophelia in the Eighteenth Century
224
The Editing and Publication of Shakespeares Poems in the Eighteenth Century
345
Contributors
366
Index
369
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