Ecdotica 6 (2009)

Indice del sesto numero della rivista

Premessa p. 7


Anglo-American Scholarly Editing, 1980-2005

Paul Eggert and Peter Shillingsburg, Introduction, p. 11

Suggested Additional Readings, p. 20

Contributors, p. 25

Hershel Parker, The “New Scholarship”: Textual Evidence and Its Implications for Criticism, Literary Theory, and Aesthetics (1981), p. 30

Jerome J. McGann, The Ideology of Final Intentions (1983), p. 47

James McLaverty, The Concept of Authorial Intention in Textual Criticism (1984), p. 57

Jerome J. McGann, The Monks and the Giants: Textual and Bibliographical Studies and the Interpretation of Literary Works (1985), p. 76

D. F. McKenzie, The Book as an Expressive Form (1985), p. 96

Peter L. Shillingsburg, Forms (1986), p. 116

Hans Walter Gabler, The Text as Process and the Problem of Intentionality (1987), p. 126

G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake’s Works as Performances: Intentions and Inattentions (1988), p. 136

G. Thomas Tanselle, Reconstructing the Texts of Works (1989), p. 157

D. C. Greetham, Textual and Literary Theory: Redrawing the Matrix (1989), p. 174

Harold Love, The Editing of Restoration Scriptorial Satire (1990), p. 198

Peter L. Shillingsburg, Text as Matter, Concept, and Action (1991), p. 217

Joseph Grigely, The Textual Event (1991), p. 246

Paul Eggert, Document and Text: The “Life” of the Literary Work and the Capacities of Editing (1994), p. 267

Trevor H. Howard-Hill, The Dangers of Editing, or, the Death of the Editor (1998), p. 284

George Bornstein, How to Read a Page: Modernism and Material Textuality (1999), p. 302

Paul Werstine, Copy-Text Editing: The Author-izing of Shakespeare (2001), p. 331

Richard Bucci, Tanselle’s “Editing without a Copy-Text”: Genesis, Issues, Prospects (2003), p. 346

Kathryn Sutherland, ‘To an editor nothing is a trifle by which his author is obscured’ (2005), p. 377

Sally Bushell, Intention Revisited: Towards an Anglo-American “genetic criticism” (2005), p. 393
David L. Hoover, Hot-Air Textuality: Literature after Jerome McGann (2005), p. 410



Santiago Muñoz Machado e Alberto Musso, Il diritto d’autore (o connesso) delle edizioni critiche, p. 427



Paul Eggert, Securing the Past: Conservation in Art, Architecture and Literature (Paola Italia), p. 459 • Pasquale Stoppelli, Filologia della letteratura italiana, e Filologia dei testi a stampa (Michelangelo Zaccarello), p. 466