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The Struggle for Shakespeare's Text
Cambridge University Press
9780521889179 - The Struggle for Shakespeare's Text - Twentieth-Century Editorial Theory and Practice - By Gabriel Egan
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The Struggle for Shakespeare's Text

Twentieth-Century Editorial Theory and Practice

Gabriel Egan

Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Dubai, Tokyo, Mexico City

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© Gabriel Egan 2010

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First published 2010

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Egan, Gabriel.
The struggle for Shakespeare's text : twentieth-century editorial theory and practice / Gabriel Egan.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-521-88917-9
1. Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616 – Criticism, Textual. 2. Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616–
Bibliography. 3. Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616 – Criticism and interpretation – History –
20th century. 4. Drama – Editing – History. 5. Transmission of texts. I. Title.
PR3071.E38 2010
822.3′3 – dc22 2010029485

ISBN 978-0-521-88917-9 Hardback

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