Editing Women's Writing, 1670-1840
Culley, Amy; Fitzer, Anna M.
Dr Anna Fitzer A.Fitzer@hull.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in 18th-Century Literature and Admissions Tutor for English and Creative Writing
Anna M. Fitzer
Anna M. Fitzer
This edited volume is the first to reflect on the theory and practice of editing women’s writing of the 18th century. The list of contributors includes experts on the fiction, drama, poetry, life-writing, diaries and correspondence of familiar and lesser known women, including Jane Austen, Delarivier Manley, Eliza Haywood and Mary Robinson. Contributions examine the demands of editing female authors more familiar to a wider readership such as Elizabeth Montagu, Mary Robinson and Helen Maria Williams, as well as the challenges and opportunities presented by the recovery of authors such as Sarah Green, Charlotte Bury and Alicia LeFanu. The interpretative possibilities of editing works published anonymously and pseudonymously are considered across a range of genres. Collectively these discussions examine the interrelation of editing and textual criticism and show how new editions might transform understandings not only of the woman writer and women’s literary history, but also of our own editorial practice.
A. M. Fitzer, & A. Culley (Eds.), (2017). Editing Women's Writing, 1670-1840
|Book Type||Edited Book|
|Acceptance Date||Jan 1, 2017|
|Deposit Date||Jan 10, 2018|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis (Routledge)|
|Series Title||Chawton Studies in Scholarly Editing|
|Book Title||Editing Women's Writing, 1670-1840|
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