Studies in Bibliography, Volume 54 (2001)

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Front Matter
Article Textual Criticism at the Millennium
by G. Thomas Tanselle, Guggenheim Foundation
Article David Foxon, Humanist Bibliographer
by James McLaverty, Keele University
Article Littera scripta manet: Blackstone and Electronic Text
by Michael Hancher, University of Minnesota
Article Thoughts on the Authenticity of Electronic Texts
by G. Thomas Tanselle, Guggenheim Foundation
Article John Manningham's Diary and a Lost Whit-Sunday Sermon by Lancelot Andrewes
by P.J. Klemp, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Article A Funerall Elegye . . . not . . . by W. S. after All
by Jill Farringdon
Article Fielding's Contributions to The Comedian (1732)
by Martin Battestin, University of Virginia
Article What Did Anna Barbauld Do to Samuel Richardson's Correspondence? A Study of Her Editing
by William McCarthy, Iowa State University
Article Form and Function in the English Eighteenth-Century Literary Edition: The Case of Edward Capell
by Marcus Walsh, University of Birmingham
Article "This instance will not do": George Steevens and the Revision(s) of Johnson's Dictionary
by R. Carter Hailey, Washington and Lee University
Article Two New Pamphlets by William Godwin: A Case of Computer-Assisted Authorship Attribution
by Pamela Clemit, University of Durham, and David Woolls, University of Birmingham
Article A Bibliographical History of Thomas Howes' Critical Observations (1776-1807) and His Dispute with Joseph Priestley
by David Chandler, Doshisha University
Article The First Publication of Byron's "To the Po"
by Andrew M. Stauffer, Boston University
Article Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes: The Serials and First Editions
by Roger Osborne, Australian Defence Academy
Article Unrecorded Writings by G. K. Chesterton, H. G. Wells, Padraic Colum, Mary Colum, T. S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, and William Butler Yeats
by Arthur Sherbo, Michigan State University
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