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an edition containing various versions of a text or notes by various scholars or editors


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This variorum edition of Richard Cantillon's Essay on the Nature of Trade in General is an exciting addition to the study of eighteenth century history of economic thought, in that it raises the real possibility that Richard Cantillon wrote an English draft of his famous Essai sur la nature du commerce en general, parts of which are to be found in other eighteenth century works.
Harvard has let stand in it a host of errors, two of which--first, the founder of the New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare, Horace Howard Furness, has become "Henry" (5) and, second, in discussion of 2.
All of these are now collected in texts as good as possible at present--perhaps as good as possible simpliciter--short of a variorum edition.
Today, for a variety of reasons, Emerson's poetry has still not come into its own, but the new Volume IX, which is A Variorum Edition of Emerson's poetry that Robert Hudspeth refers to as "the jewel of the Collected Works" (58, below), brings us a step closer to a fuller realization of the importance of Emerson's poetry.
Wabuda's essay was designed to provide the historical context for the Variorum Edition Online, which was in its earliest stages when her paper was first delivered.
Perhaps Stubbs or his publisher is confident that his life of Donne will retain its currency long after the Variorum edition is complete.
A detailed analysis of the distribution of the poems in each of these fascicles would be well beyond the scope of the book under review: steering away from this temptation, the authors refer the reader to the already mentioned Variorum edition by Franklin, only hinting at the organization of Franklin's facsimile collection.
Volume 7, Part 1 of The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne.
You can also find "Silence is all" in the three volume 1998 variorum edition (edited by R.
Franklin's variorum edition of Dickinson's poems, this poem within this letter also survives as a copy transcribed by Dickinson's sister-in-law Susan, but the version is slightly different and has a second stanza:
Later, his Studies in Spenser's Historical Allegory (1932) would prove an extremely important work, and he would go on at Johns Hopkins to begin work on the magisterial Variorum edition of Spenser's complete works.
The first variorum edition (as Johnson's Shakespeare edition of 1765 is often called) generated a number of variorum editions combining the contribution of previous editors and commentators.
This is both a collected and a variorum edition, and
Other publications under development with Anastasia include the Greek New Testament, the Parliamentary Rolls of Medieval England, and the Variorum edition of Pound's Cantos.
Stringer, editor The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne, Volume 2: The Elegies.