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by Professor Donald H. Reiman

Author: Professor Donald H. Reiman
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (August 1, 1993)
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Reiman begins by distinguishing among the manuscript traditions of the Renaissance, Enlightenment and Romantic periods. He then sketches the historical developments that influenced both the changing nature of surviving manuscripts and the growth of interest in preserving the manuscript record.

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Items related to The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential,. Professor Donald H. Reiman The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential, and Private. ISBN 13: 9780801845901. Reiman begins by distinguishing among the manuscript traditions of the Renaissance, Enlightenment, and Romantic periods. Over the course of the book's next four chapters he discusses in detail the nature and function of three classes of manuscript-the "private" or personal, the "confidential" or corporate, and the "public.

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Previously, Reiman's 1993 book, The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential, and Private received praise by critics for its depth and quality, but it was considered "one of those books all in academe should read but precious few will, in part because of the title," wrote Rodger .

Previously, Reiman's 1993 book, The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential, and Private received praise by critics for its depth and quality, but it was considered "one of those books all in academe should read but precious few will, in part because of the title," wrote Rodger L. Tarr in Nineteenth-Century Literature. In truth, it is a candidly clever book, replete with objective citation to cover subjective conclusion. Reiman moves from bibliographical knowledge to textual implication with ease.

Perhaps no question is more fundamental to the discussion of a written work than that of the provenance and authority of the manuscript on which it is based

Perhaps no question is more fundamental to the discussion of a written work than that of the provenance and authority of the manuscript on which it is based. Reiman begins by distinguishing among the manuscript traditions of the Renaissance, Enlightenment and Romantic periods. He then sketches the historical developments that influenced both the changing.

Reiman, Donald H. The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential . Franklin, Ralph William, ed. The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson, 2 vols. Workbook on Digital Private Papers. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993. Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1981. Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2005–7.

Perhaps no question is more fundamental to the discussion of a written work than that of the provenance and authority of the manuscript on which it is based. In The Study of Modern Manuscripts eminent scholar Donald H. Reiman draws on thirty years of experience in editing the manuscripts of Shelley, Byron, and others to offer new insights into the scholarly use and analysis of postmedieval manuscripts.

Reiman begins by distinguishing among the manuscript traditions of the Renaissance, Enlightenment, and Romantic periods. He then sketches the historical developments that influenced both the changing nature of surviving manuscripts and the growth of interest in preserving the manuscript record. Over the course of the book's next four chapters he discusses in detail the nature and function of three classes of manuscript--the "private" or personal, the "confidential" or corporate, and the "public."