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New ways of looking at old texts. III; papers of the Renaissance English Text Society, 1997-2001.

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New ways of looking at old texts. III; papers of the Renaissance English Text Society, 1997-2001.

Ed. by W. Speed Hill.

MRTS

2004

210 pages

$25.00

Hardcover

Medieval and Renaissance texts and studies; v.270, Renaissance English Text Society special publication

PR418

The 17 papers are drawn from fora sponsored by the Society at annual conferences of the Modern Language Society over the four years, and from the 1998 and 2001 meetings of the Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo. Topics include the functional dynamics of manuscript and electronic literary cultures, The Holgate Miscellany as a case study of editing a Renaissance commonplace book, and the Ulster Plantation and Colonial Archive. There is no index.

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