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CFP for ADE Session at MLA 2016 in Austin, Texas

Not for Your Eyes: Editing Private Documents for Publication The editing of documents not originally intended for publication poses special challenges. Such documents often are difficult to locate in the first place, and their presentation can be complicated by idiosyncratic … Continue reading

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Call for Papers for an ADE Session at the 2014 MLA Meeting

Literary Works in Multiple Versions Most literary scholars can think of instances in which an author’s idea has been expressed in several versions, a process that G. Thomas Tanselle has called “vertical revision.”  F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Trimalchio,” for example, became … Continue reading

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ADE at the Modern Language Association Meeting

The ADE sponsored a panel at the annual MLA meeting in Boston, on 4 January 2013. Carol DeBoer-Langworthy chaired the panel, “Fraud and Forgery in Literary Texts,” which featured the following papers: “Editing Forgery, Scripting an Author: The Case of … Continue reading

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