Studies in Bibliography, Volume 53 (2000)

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Article The Relationship of English Printed Books to Authors' Manuscripts during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries The 1928 Sandars Lectures
by R. B. McKERROW edited by Carlo M. Bajetta [pp. 1-66]
Article The Concept of Format
by G. THOMAS TANSELLE [pp. 67-116]
Article The Calculus of Calculus: W. W. Greg and the Mathematics of Everyman Editions
by JOSEPH A. DANE and ROSEMARY A. ROBERTS [pp. 117-128]
Article “THE ETERNAL VERITIES VERIFIED”: CHARLTON HINMAN AND THE ROOTS OF MECHANICAL COLLATION
by Steven Escar Smith [pp. 129-162]
Article THE APPLICATION OF THOUGHT TO TEXTUAL CRITICISM IN ALL MODES—WITH APOLOGIES TO A. E. HOUSMAN
by Ralph Hanna [pp. 163-172]
Article EVIDENCE FOR THE STEMMA OF THE PIERS PLOWMAN B MANUSCRIPTS
by Robert Adams [pp. 173-194]
Article SAMUEL RICHARDSON'S “ELEGANT DISQUISITIONS”: ANONYMOUS WRITING IN THE TRUE BRITON AND OTHER JOURNALS?
by John A. Dussinger [pp. 195-226]
Article FIELDING, RICHARDSON AND WILLIAM STRAHAN: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL PUZZLE
by Keith Maslen [pp. 227-240]
Article INTERRELATING THE CANCELLANTIA AND PARTIAL GATHERINGS IN THE FIRST EDITION OF EDWARD YOUNG'S THE CENTAUR NOT FABULOUS
by James E. May [pp. 241-264]
ArticleBYRON, MEDWIN, AND THE FALSE FIEND: REMEMBERING “REMEMBER THEE”
by Andrew M. Stauffer [pp. 265-276]
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