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Encyclopaedia entries on book historians and theorists
(© Oxford University Press, 2010)
Book review of Andrew Murphy: Shakespeare for the People: Working-class Readers, 1800-1900. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
(© Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2010)
For his account of the entire history of Shakespeare publication (Shakespeare in Print, 2003), Andrew Murphy made detailed study of the nineteenth-century explosion in cheap editions. His new book puts that explosion within ...
Shakespeare section 1: Editions and textual matters
(Oxford University Press for the English Association, 2012)
Gaia and the great chain of being
(Ashgate Publishing, 2011)
James J. Marino: Owning William Shakespeare: The King's Men and Their Intellectual Property.
(Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2012-01)
Electronic publishing: politics and pragmatics: new technologies in medieval and renaissance studies volume 2
(Iter Inc. and the Arizona Board of Regents for Arizona State University, 2010)
The technologies, economics, and politics of scholarly publication in the humanities look set to change rapidly in the near future. Even if the market for print publication were to remain relatively buoyant, national ...
Attributing the Authorship of the Henry VI Plays by Word Adjacency
This article reports the invention of a new means of authorship attribution based on the relative distances (measured in intervening words) between functions words in the texts being analysed. The data about distances are ...