8 edition of Textual editing and criticism found in the catalog.
Textual editing and criticism
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Erick Kelemen ; foreword by Donald H. Reiman.|
|LC Classifications||P47 .T49 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008001785|
Impressive survey of various textual approaches: finding, making, describing, evaluating, reading, criticizing, and finally editing the text, i.e. biblio-, paleo- and typography, textual criticism and scholarly editing. The book contains an extensive bibliography, organized per discipline. Example of Textual Criticism - John The following example analyzes one textual problem that involves a single word. J. Finegan explores this in detail in his book Encountering NT Manuscripts. In addition to the individual graphics which illuminate the textual problem, there are also thirteen images of the manuscripts in question.
In every way, therefore, an ideal person to edit a book such as this. One must start, accordingly, with her opening sentences: 'I'd like to start by considering this volume's unwieldy title: teaching bibliography, textual criticism, and book history. I fumbled about for a shorter, hipper, sexier title, something pithy and smart. Non-Biblical Textual Criticism. Thus the task of editing a book preserved in only one manuscript is arguably the most complex and difficult in textual criticism, for the scholar must reconstruct completely wherever the scribe has failed. We have already seen that these manuscripts often need vast numbers of emendations. New Testament textual criticism: the application of thoroughgoing principles / by J.K. Elliott. pages cm — (Supplements to Novum Testamentum ; volume ) ISBN (paper binding: alk. paper) Reprint of title issued by: Leiden: Brill, 1. Bible. New Testament—Criticism, Textual. 2. Bible. New Testament— Hermeneutics.
The primary goal of textual criticism has traditionally been to establish the actual text that the author wrote, so far as this is possible.  This needs to be done because, in the case of Classical and biblical authors (and sometimes in the case of more recent texts), the autograph, or author’s original manuscript, no longer exists. interpolations, scribal practices, textual corruptions, textual criticism My Role in Editing My Most Important Book that No One Has Heard Of. Just one question in this week’s blog, about a book that I edited that most readers of the blog have never heard of, let alone read, but that is probably one of the most important books I’ve ever been. The long history of textual editing and scholarship has been intimately involved with the physique of the book, which set limits on the presentation and study of text. Increasingly, since the s, the written word has taken on a digital form, and the shift from codex to computer, from print to electronic media, creates new opportunities—and.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedChapel Hill, N.C.: Hanes Pdf, Rare Book Collection/Academy Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. —— (). Textual Criticism and Scholarly Editing. Charlottesville: Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia by the University Press of Virginia.
ISBN —— ().18 Theories of Text, Editorial Theory, and Textual Criticism Source: The Oxford Companion to the Book Author(s): Marcus Walsh. 1 Issues for textual scholarship and theory 2 Early classical and biblical textual scholarship 3 After the Renaissance: beginnings of.Textual criticism - Textual criticism - History of textual criticism: Until the 20th century ebook development of textual criticism ebook inevitably dominated by classical and biblical studies.
The systematic study and practice of the subject originated in the 3rd century bce with the Greek scholars of Alexandria. Literary culture had before that time been predominantly oral, though .