In Kashf al-Zunun, for instance, Hajji Khalifa lists both works under separate entries, although he usually lists abridgements
and summaries with the text on which they are based.
Over the question of abridgement
, audiobook publishers do have a charge to answer but if one accepts their claim to be in the business of story telling rather than the repackaging of novels, it is a charge which they can plausibly rebut.
In total, 15,000 young people, 23 per cent of whom have disabilities and difficulties of some kind, will play their part in this year's presentation of 21 Shakespearean abridgements
Longer works would of course be represented by excerpts or extreme abridgements
He replicates the method of using the top keyword to produce abridgements
of Updike's "A&P" and Carver's "Boxes" and "Cathedral.
Some selections are sections of works or abridgements
, so the collection will probably be most useful for an undergraduate class on the topic.
also includes edits and abridgements
of many Catholic social documents.
On the other hand, secrecy can all too easily give way to corruption, from abridgements
of liberty such as extraordinary rendition and warrantless wiretaps to the monstrous abuses of Abu Ghraib.
Before long, she was writing abridgements
of cowboy, detective and spy novels.
uk/johnfoxe) to a further five editions and several abridgements
published during the next century.
Rather than bestowing rights, the first 10 Amendments in effect, establish guarantees and boundaries where government abridgements
Based on his examination of multiple copies of the nine early modern editions of The Book of Martyrs (the last in 1684) as well as abridgements
, King's research addresses questions that only an exhaustive study of this book's multiple editions, sources, models, and analogues could answer: what kind of book is the Book of Martyrs, and how did it come to "exert a greater influence on the consciousness of early modern England than any other book aside from the English Bible and the Book of Common Prayer" (2)?
However, today with warrantless wiretaps and the unreliable information coming from Washington and the rushed and unread Patriot Act, it is hard to know which abridgements
of freedom and privacy to accept and which to fight.
are manuscripts that are deliberately edited into a shorter version.
Under the season's makeshift circumstances, the latest festival offered only two main-stage operas instead of the usual three, and none of the second-stage one-acters or abridgements
("Opera Scenes") that long have been Wexford mainstays.