Texts beyond Borders : Multilingualism and Textual Scholarship
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- Paperback | 296 pages
- 155 x 235 x 17.78mm | 481g
- 01 Jan 2012
- Editions Rodopi B.V.
- Leiden, Netherlands
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Table of contents
Hans Debel: The Multilingual Textual History of the Hebrew Bible. Some Reflections on the History of the Scriptural Text(s)
Markus Mulke: Biblical Poetry as Translation - Biblical Translation as Philology? Jerome's Promotion of Juvencus' Evangeliorum Libri and his own Latin Revision of the Gospels
Christopher Callahan: Troubadour Songs in Trouvere Codices. Mouvance in the Transmission of Courtly Lyric
Jan Bloemendal: Veiled Bilingualism and Editing the Erasmi Opera Omnia (ASD)
Jeanine De Landtsheer: From Philip Numan's Miracles of the Virgin of Montaigu (1604) towards Justus Lipsius's Diva Sichemiensis sive Aspricolis (1605)
Purificacion Ribes: Tieck's 1793 German Version of Volpone. A Challenge for the Editors
Burghard Dedner: Intertextual Layers in Translations. Methods of Research and Editorial Presentation
Mikas Vaicekauskas: The Lithuanian Book Factory in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century. Translation, Compilation, Plagiarism or Creative Work?
Nathalie Mauriac Dyer: "Minor tongues" in Proust's Drafts and the Problem of Editing
Paul Eggert: Writing in a Language Not Your Own. Editions as Argument about the Work - D. H. Lawrence, Joseph Conrad and Henry Lawson
John Gouws: The Textual Trek of Deneys Reitz's Commando
Andrew Thacker: Crossing Borders with Modernist Magazines
Pim Verhulst: Editing Multilingual Beckett. The Case of Cascando
Axel Gellhaus and Therese Kaiser: How to Edit Celan as a Translator?
Peter Shillingsburg: Scholarly Editing as a Cultural Enterprise
Notes on Contributors