Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation

Fall 2021

Masthead (i-ii)

Table of Contents (iii-v)

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note – Marta Werner, Michelangelo Zaccarello (1-3)


Adventures in Libraries. Thoughts on Epistemology” Ralph Hanna (4–17)

The Accidentals Tourist. Greg’s “Rationale of Copy-Text” and the Dawn of Transatlantic Air Travel” Sarah Neville (18–29)

Textual Continuity” John K. Young (30–59)

Tipologie di contaminazione nella tradizione testuale della “Commedia” dantesca” Elisabetta Tonello (60–69)

Editing Versions. Historicism, Biography, and the Digital in Tanselle’s Descriptive Bibliography” John Bryant (70–93)

Music’s Textual Dilemma. Mistrusting Musical Texts” Ronald Broude (94–114)

Attributing Another Song to Maroie de Diergnau de Lille” Wendy Pfeffer (115–133)

Printers of the Kosmos. Designing a Variorum of the First Leaves of Grass” Matt Cohen and Nicole Gray (134–154)

Metalepsis in a Narrative Piece by M. S. Lourenço”João Dionísio (155–176)

Giacomo Casanova et Cecille von Roggendorff. Lettres de sa dernière correspondante” Elena Grazioli (177–194)

How Should One Read “The Reader”? New Approaches to Virginia Woolf’s Late Archive” Joshua Phillips (195–219)

An Evolutionary Textual Environment. The Unfinished Machine” Manuel Portela (220-238)

Anglo-American Book Reviews

Review of CALHOUN, Joshua. 2020. The Nature of the Page: Poetry, Papermaking, and the Ecology of Texts in Renaissance England. – Douglas Bruster (239–241)

Review of HAYLES, N. Katherine. 2021. Postprint: Books and Becoming Computational. – Matthew James Vechinski (242–246)

Review of STAUFFER, Andrew M. 2021. Book Traces: Nineteenth-Century Readers and the Future of the Library. – Gabrielle Dean (246–251)

Review of TOTARO, Rebecca. 2020. The Plague in Print: Essential Elizabethan Sources, 1558–1603. – Suzanne Gossett (251-254)

Review of TURPIN, Zachary and Matt MILLER, eds. 2020. Every Hour, Every Atom: A Collection of Walt Whitman’s Early Notebooks & Fragments. – Matt Cohen (254-258)

Review of WERNER, Marta, ed. 2021. Writing in Time, Emily Dickinson’s Master Hours. – Branka Arsic ́ (258-264)

Continental Book Reviews

Review of CAMPEGGIANI, Ida and Niccolò SCAFFAI, eds. 2019. Eugenio Montale: La Bufera e Altro. – Giacomo Morbiato (265-268)

Review of CANETTIERI, Paolo, Lucilla SPETIA, and Samuele Maria VISALLI, eds. 2020. Thibaut de Champagne. Edizione, tradizione e fortuna. – Valeria Russo (268-271)

Review of CHINES, Loredana. 2021. Filigrane. Nuovi tasselli per Petrarca e Boccaccio. – Rosamaria Laruccia (271-275)

Review of CONTI, Fulvio. 2021. Il Sommo italiano. Dante e l’identità della nazione. – Beatrice Pecchiari (275-279)

Review of ITALIA, Paola, Giulia RABONI et al. 2021. What is Authorial philology? – Beatrice Nava (280-284)

Review of DUVAL, Frédéric. 2021. La tradition manuscrite du Lai de l’Ombre de Joseph Bédier, ou la critique textuelle en question; BELTRAMI, Pietro. 2021. À quoi sert une édition critique ? Lire les textes de la littérature romane médiévale; TROVATO, Paolo. 2019. Sguardi da un altro pianeta. Nove esercizi di filologia (Lai de l’ombre, Libro de buen amor, Lazarillo, fonti storiche e musicali); BAKER, Craig, Marcello BARBATO, Mattia CAVAGNA, Yan GREUB, eds. 2018. L’Ombre de Joseph Bédier: théorie et pratique éditoriales au xxe siècle; TROVATO, Paolo. 2017. Everything you always wanted to know about Lachmann’s method. A non-standard handbook of genealogical textual criticism in the age of post-structuralism, cladistics, and copy-text. – Elena Muzzolon (285-293)

Back Matter

Notes on Contributors (294-299)

The Society for Textual Scholarship (300-301)

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