Studies in Bibliography, Volume 38 (1985)

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Front Matter
Article "The Charge of the Light Brigade": The Creation of a Poem
by Edgar Shannon and Christopher Ricks [pp. 1-44]
Article Title-Page Transcription and Signature Collation Reconsidered
by G. Thomas Tanselle [pp. 45-81]
Article The Analysis of Open Traditions
by Michael Weitzman [pp. 82-120]
Article Normalisation of Accidentals in Middle English Texts: The Paradox of Thomas Hoccleve
by D. C. Greetham [pp. 121-150]
Article Sprinklings of Authority: The Folio Text of Richard II
by John Jowett and Gary Taylor [pp. 151-200]
Article Shakespeare and the Geneva Bible: Hamlet, I.iii.54
by Naseeb Shaheen [pp. 201-203]
Article Nicholas Ling, Publisher 1580-1607
by Gerald D. Johnson [pp. 203-214]
Article William Stansby's Early Career
by James K. Bracken [pp. 214-216]
Article John Webster and Thomas Heywood in Appius and Virginia: A Bibliographical Approach to the Problem of Authorship
by MacD. P. Jackson [pp. 217-235]
Article Frivolous Trifles and Weighty Tomes: Early Proof-Reading at London, Oxford, and Cambridge
by James P. Hammersmith [pp. 236-251]
Article Dryden as a Cambridge Editor
by Arthur Sherbo [pp. 251-261]
Article Dryden's Translation of Virgil's Eclogues and the Tradition
by Arthur Sherbo [pp. 262-276]
Article Determining Final Authorial Intention in Revised Satires: The Case of Edward Young
by James E. May [pp. 276-289]
Article Sons and Lovers: The Surviving Manuscripts From Three Drafts Dated by Paper Analysis
by Helen Baron [pp. 289-328]
Article A Lost Passage from Hemingway's 'Macomber'
by Leger Brosnahan [pp. 328-330]
Article A Textual History of William Faulkner's The Wishing-tree and The Wishing Tree
by Louis Daniel Brodsky [pp. 330-374]

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