restricted access   Volume 52, Number 1, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Editing Stuart Poetry

pp. 1-12
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Final Intentions or Process?: Editing Greville’s Caelica

pp. 13-33
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Response and Accumulation: Textual Editors and Richard Corbett’s “Oxford Ballad”

pp. 35-50
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Responding to Criticisms of Phylogenetic Methods in Stemmatology

pp. 51-67
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Editing Intention in the Manuscript Poetry of Robert Herrick

pp. 69-84
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Synchrony and Process: Editing Manuscript Miscellanies

pp. 85-100
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Editing James Shirley’s Poems

pp. 101-116
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Hester Pulter’s “Indivisibles” and the Challenges of Annotating Early Modern Women’s Poetry

pp. 117-141
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Deficiency and Supplement: Perfecting the Prosthetic Text

pp. 143-164
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Echoes as Evidence in the Poetry of Andrew Marvell

pp. 165-185
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The Challenges of Editing Donne and Herbert

pp. 187-206
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Recent Studies in the English Renaissance

pp. 207-249
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Books Received

pp. 250-260
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