Studies in Bibliography, Volume 34 (1981)

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Front Matter
Article A Rationale of Literary Annotation: The Example of Fielding's Novels
by Martin C. Battestin [pp. 1-22]
Article Recent Editorial Discussion and the Central Questions of Editing
by G. Thomas Tanselle [pp. 23-65]
Article A Fifteenth-Century Copyist at Work Under Authorial Scrutiny: An Incident from John Capgrave's Scriptorium
by Peter J. Lucas [pp. 66-95]
Article The Shrinking Compositor A of the Shakespeare First Folio
by Gary Taylor [pp. 96-117]
Article The Printing, Proof-reading, and Publishing of Thackeray's Vanity Fair: The First Edition
by Peter L. Shillingsburg [pp. 118-145]
Article The Publication of Tennyson's "Lucretius"
by Edgar F. Shannon, Jr. [pp. 146-186]
Article Verdict on GW 2182 and 2183
by Dennis E. Rhodes [pp. 187-189]
Article Establishing Shakespeare's Text: Poins and Peto in 1 Henry IV
by Fredson Bowers [pp. 189-198]
Article Astrological Analysis as an Editorial Tool: The Case of Fletcher's The Bloody Brother
by J. C. Eade [pp. 198-204]
Article John Nourse and His Authors
by John Feather [pp. 205-226]
Article The Library of George Tollet, Neglected Shakespearean
by Arthur Sherbo [pp. 227-238]
Article William Cowper and the European Magazine
by Arthur Sherbo [pp. 238-241]
Article William Blake's Techniques of Engraving and Printing
by G. E. Bentley, Jr. [pp. 241-253]
Article Signatures and Dashes in Novels Printed by T. C. Newby in the Eighteen-Forties
by G. D. Hargreaves [pp. 253-258]
Article A George Eliot Notebook
by Valerie A. Dodd [pp. 258-262]
Article Tennyson's The New Timon, R. H. Shepherd, and Harry Buxton Forman
by the late W. D. Paden [pp. 262-267]
Article Additional Manuscripts of Faulkner's "A Dead Dancer"
by Louis Daniel Brodsky [pp. 267-270]

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