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Impalpable Hits: indeterminacy in the searching of tagged Shakespearian texts
In Shakespeare studies, as in the rest of early modern literary studies, the new information technologies have been neither rapidly nor effectively adopted in research. One reason is a misplaced attention upon the notion ...
Thomas Platter's account of an unknown play at the Curtain or the Boar's Head
(© Oxford University Press, 2000)
Review of Margreta de Grazia, 'Hamlet' without Hamlet’ (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007)
(© Cambridge University Press, 2007)
Editorial treatment of the Shakespeare Apocrypha, 1664-1737
The third edition (F3) of the collected plays of Shakespeare appeared in 1663, and to its second issue the following year was added a particularly disreputable group of plays comprised Pericles, The London Prodigal, ...
Press variants in Q2 Hamlet
(© The author, 2009)
EEBO and the politics of open standards
EEBO is an unmitigated good; I take that as an agreed starting point. This paper is concerned with the technological particularities by which such goods are disseminated, with special concern for two things: the on-demand ...
E-books: the academic perspective
(© Gabriel Egan, 2007)
The book as object in Ray Galton and Alan Simpson’s 'Hancock’s half hour' scripts
It is common critical practice these days to describe the work of previous generations of critics as idealistic in the worst possible sense, treating literature as though it existed in a realm of pristine ideas when in ...