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Text Genetics in Literary Modernism and Other Essays

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Hans Walter Gabler

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John Milton, Song, in process of revision towards At a Solemn Musick. © Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge, CC BY-NC 4.0

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An Epiphany-in-draft. The James Joyce Archive, vol. [7], p. 45

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2.2

First surviving manuscript page of Stephen Hero. The James Joyce Archive, vol. [8]

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Revision in holograph fair copy of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. The James Joyce Archive, vol. [9], p. 45

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, manuscript, 19 July 1939, fols. 1-2. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/C. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, typescript, 19 July 1939, fol. ‘56’. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/A. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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19 July 1939 preliminaries: a Juxta collation mock-up of manuscript versus typescript

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, typescript, 18 April 1939, fol. 1. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/A. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, typescript, 18 April 1939, fol. 2. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/A. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, typescript, 18 April 1939, fol. 3. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/A. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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A Juxta collation of the Virginia Stephen biography outline in two succeeding typescripts

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‘Sjetch of the Past’, typescript, n. d., fol. 1. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/E. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, typescript, November 1940, fols. ‘123’–‘124’. The British Library, MS 61973, fols. 55–56. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, manuscript, November 1940, fol. 38. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/D. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, manuscript, November 1940, fol. 37. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/D. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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‘A Sketch of the Past’, manuscript, November 1940, fol. 36. University of Sussex Library, The Keep, SxMs-18/2/A/5/D. © The Society of Authors, all rights reserved.

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The Gutenberg Bible, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gutenberg_Bible_B42_Genesis.JPG

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Caxton edition of Chaucer, ‘The Man of Law’s Tale’

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Aldus Manutius: a title page. Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Sig. 4 Ph. pr. 163, http://www.mdz-nbn-resolving.de/urn/resolver.pl?urn=urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10166566-2

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‘A quarto printed by Johannes Frobenius, Basel, 1515: colophon. Private collection

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From same quarto: title page/contents. Private collection

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From same quarto: opening c3v-c4. Private collection

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Gregor IX, Decretalium Liber, V Cod. 2040, Fol. 168r. Courtesy of the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna

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Hugo de Sancto Charo, Biblical commentaries, 1703. Courtesy of the Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel (Germany)

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15.9

The Workes of Beniamin Jonson, 1616: title-page

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The Workes of Beniamin Jonson, Volpone: part title and dedication

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15.11

William Shakespeare, First Folio, 1623: title-page

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15.12

William Shakespeare, First Folio: ‘A Catalogue’

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William Shakespeare, First Folio, Twelfe Night, Or what you will: opening page

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15.14

William Congreve [Works, ed. M. Summers, 1924], Squire Trelooby: scene divisions in print

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Scriblerus (Alexander Pope), The Dunciad, Variorum, London, 1729, p. 61, n. 3

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15.16

Hope Mirrlees, Paris, 1919: eked out by a page of notes

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Alexander Pope’s Shakespeare edition, 1725: title-page

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Pope’s Shakespeare: editor’s distancing footnote

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15.19

Two pages from Pope’s Shakespeare

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Isaac Reed’s revision of Johnson and Steevens’ [First] Variorum Shakespeare, 1803: title-page

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[First] Variorum Shakespeare: a random page opening

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The New Variorum Measure for Measure, 1980: random apparatus and commentary pages. All rights reserved

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15.23

Henry Fielding, Joseph Andrews, ed. by Fredson Bowers, 1974: apparatus page. All rights reserved

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Friedrich Hölderlin, ‘Heidelberg’, ed. by Friedrich Beissner, 1951: ‘Stepped-up’ apparatus of successive readings (cf. 15.27). All rights reserved

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Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, ed. by Hans Zeller, 1975: synopsis of a textual progression through successive documents. All rights reserved

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Friedrich Hölderlin, ‘Mein Eigenthum’, ed. by D. E. Sattler, 1984: visualisation of writing process. From vol. 4 of Sämtliche Werke, Frankfurter Ausgabe. © and courtesy Verlag Stroemfeld/Roter Stern, Frankfurt am Main and Basel, all rights reserved

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Friedrich Hölderlin, ‘Heidelberg’, ed. by D. E. Sattler, 1984: visualisation of writing process (cf. 24). From vol. 4 of Sämtliche Werke, Frankfurter Ausgabe. © and courtesy Verlag Stroemfeld/Roter Stern, Frankfurt am Main and Basel, all rights reserved

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James Joyce, Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition, ed. by Hans Walter Gabler et al., 1984: title-page opening. © H. W. Gabler, CC BY 4.0

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Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition: genetic synopsis (left page) facing reading text (right page). © H. W. Gabler, CC BY 4.0

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Ulysses: A Critical and Synoptic Edition: synopsis design (detail). © H. W. Gabler, CC BY 4.0

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