Table of Contents number 1, 2013, January-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-06845-6
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    • Paul Eggert
    • What We Edit, and how We Edit; or, why not to Ring-Fence the Text

    • pp. 50-63, DOI: 10.7385/99159
    • Barbara Bordalejo
    • The Texts We See and the Works We Imagine: the Shift of Focus of Textual Scholarship in the Digital Age

    • pp. 64-76, DOI: 10.7385/99160
    • Annalisa Cipollone
    • Gli affanni (e gli agi) della textual scholarschip: qualche riflessione sul nuovo Cambridge Companion

    • pp. 269-278, DOI: 10.7385/99168
    • Rassegne

    • Gonzalo PontonFrancesco BausiG. Thomas TanselleAndrea SeveriPaolo VitiTrevor DadsonEugenio Maggi
    • Elisabeth L. Eisenstein, Divine Art, Infernal Machine. The Reception of Printing in the West from First Impressions to the Sense of an Ending; David C. Parker, Textual Scholarschip and the Making of the New Testament; David McKitterick, Old books, new technologies. The representation, conservation and transformation of books since 1700; Giovanni Boccaccio, Decameron, a cura di A. Quondam, M. Fiorilla e G. Alfano; ...

    • pp. 279-324, DOI: 10.7385/99169