A Rationale of Textual Criticism

A Rationale of Textual Criticism Textual criticism the traditional term for the task of evaluating the authority of the words and punctuation of a text is often considered an undertaking preliminary to literary criticism many people

  • Title: A Rationale of Textual Criticism
  • Author: G. Thomas Tanselle
  • ISBN: 9780812214093
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • Textual criticism the traditional term for the task of evaluating the authority of the words and punctuation of a text is often considered an undertaking preliminary to literary criticism many people believe that the job of textual critics is to provide reliable texts for literary critics to analyze G Thomas Tanselle argues, on the contrary, that the two activities caTextual criticism the traditional term for the task of evaluating the authority of the words and punctuation of a text is often considered an undertaking preliminary to literary criticism many people believe that the job of textual critics is to provide reliable texts for literary critics to analyze G Thomas Tanselle argues, on the contrary, that the two activities cannot be separated.The textual critic, in choosing among textual variants and correcting what appear to be textual errors, inevitably exercises critical judgment and reflects a particular point of view toward the nature of literature And the literary critic, in interpreting the meaning of a work or passage, needs to be though rarely is critical of the makeup of every text of it, including those produced by scholarly editors.

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    • Andrea says:

      Tanselle gets very passionate about textual criticism, but he would do better to separate some of his longer paragraphs into smaller chunks because I was losing him in his wordiness. I guess maybe he thought he should try to reach 100 pages (failed).

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