Studies in Bibliography, Volume 46 (1993)

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Front Matter
Article The Life and Work of Fredson Bowers
by G. Thomas Tanselle [pp. 1-154]
Article Fredson Thayer Bowers: A Checklist and Chronology
by Martin C. Battestin [pp. 155-186]
Article A Preliminary Handlist of Books to which Dr. Samuel Johnson Subscribed
by D. D. Eddy and J. D. Fleeman [pp. 187-220]
Article Rehabilitating the A-text of Marlowe's Doctor Faustus
by Eric Rasmussen [pp. 221-238]
Article Rhyming in Pericles: More Evidence of Dual Authorship
by MacD. P. Jackson [pp. 239-249]
Article A Restoration Lampoon in Transmission and Revision: Rochester's(?) "Signior Dildo"
by Harold Love [pp. 250-262]
Article The Bibliographical Significance of the Turned Letter
by Robin Dix and Trudi Laura Darby   [pp. 263-270]
Article Young's Corrections to Dodington's Epistle to Bute: Evidence from the Yale Manuscript
by James E. May [pp. 270-282]
Article Greek Tragedy with a Happy Ending: The Publication of Robert Potter's Translations of Aeschylus, Euripides, and Sophocles
by David Stoker [pp. 282-302]
Article Rickaby Cancellation: A New Species of Post-Impression Correction
by B. N. Gerrard [pp. 303-320]
Article Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1793-1808: A Supplement to Kuist
by Emily Lorraine de Montluzin [pp. 320-349]
Article From The Bookman of London
by Arthur Sherbo [pp. 349-357]
Article The Piltdown Man and the Norman Conquest: Working Volumes and Printer's Copy for Charles Dawson's the History of Hastings Castle
by Peter Miles [pp. 357-370]
Article Paulding's Anonymous Writings: New Attributions and Speculations
by Ralph M. Aderman [pp. 370-381]

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