Prolegomena for the Oxford Shakespeare

a study in editorial method. by Ronald Brunlees McKerrow

Publisher: Clarendon Press in Oxford

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  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616
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Paginationxiv, 451p.
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The Prolegomena which precede the translation have not been given in the hope or with the intention of expounding the Hegelian system. They merely seek to remove certain obstacles, and to render Hegel less tantalizingly hard to those who approach him for the first time. How far they will accomplish this, remains to be seen. OXFORD, September, This study, which Chambers (in the preface to Elizabethan Stage) called prolegomena to a "little book on Shakespeare", was published in three bursts. The Medieval Stage, issued in , offered a comprehensive survey of medieval theatre, covering not only the fairly well-known interludes, but also the then-obscure folk drama, minstrelsy, and. Welcome to The Oxfordian, the annual journal published during the fall by the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship. The Oxfordian is a professional publication that features papers providing in-depth coverage of issues of importance to Shakespeare scholars. The Oxfordian welcomes submission of learned essays on three interrelated topics: Important literary works of the Early . About the Book: Compiled by the world's leading authorities, packed with information, and attractively designed, The Oxford Shakespeare is the gold standard of Shakespearean anthologies. Hailed by The Washington Post as "a definitive synthesis of the best editions" and by The Times of London as "a monument to Shakespearean scholarship," The Oxford .

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Stanley Wells, Shakespeare for all Time (, ). Peter Ackroyd, Shakespeare: The Biography (, ). Lois Potter, The Life of William Shakespeare: A Critical Biography (, ). David Ellis, That Man Shakespeare: Icon of Modern Culture (Sussex: Helm International, ), Kant, in writing the Prolegomena, seems indeed to have had in his mind the same essentially negative view of the scope of his system we find expressed in the note in the Anfangsgründe on pp.

et seq. of present volume. If his object was simply to demolish dogmatic metaphysics, by a limitation of speculation to experience, as its subject.The Struggle for Shakespeare's Text Twentieth-Century Editorial Theory and Practice.

‘ The Essential Shakespeare and the Material Book.’ Textual Practice 2. 69– Grazia, Margreta. Prolegomena for the Oxford Shakespeare: A Study in Editorial Method. Oxford. Clarendon by: