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    Oct

    2020

    Editing Thomas Hardy’s ‘Under the...

    The first thing to say for any reader who is not familiar with scholarly editions like this of Hardy’s fiction, is that it is different from all others and really significant. It gives, if you combine...

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    Oct

    2020

    Editing Thomas Hardy’s ‘The Woodlanders&...

    My love affair with The Woodlanders began many years ago when I covered much of the groundwork for a scholarly edition while doing my MA —entitled “Materials for an edition of Thomas Hardy’s The...

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    Oct

    2020

    Editing Hardy’s ‘The Return of the Native&...

    My daughter is taking an undergraduate course in Shakespearean theatre this semester, and one of her foundation readings is Elinor Fuchs’s influential short essay, ‘E.F.’s Visit to a Small...

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    Oct

    2020

    Editing Thomas Hardy’s ‘Desperate Remedies’

    In some ways producing a scholarly edition of Desperate Remedies is easier than editing other Hardy novels, first of all because there is no extant manuscript. The story is that after he completed...

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    Sep

    2020

    Stealing Poetry

    “To steal a Hint was never known, But what he writ was all his own.” – Verses on the Death of Dr Swift, D.S.P.D. Part way through his most famous self-elegy,...

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    Aug

    2020

    Stealing Poetry

    “To steal a Hint was never known,But what he writ was all his own.” Verses on the Death of Dr Swift, D.S.P.D. Part way through his most famous self-elegy, Jonathan Swift delivers...

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    Aug

    2020

    Wonder in the Time of COVID or What Arabic...

    There are not many good things about this COVID-19 era we are living in. One of the few positive side effects one might celebrate, though, is that it has permitted many of us to rediscover the joys of...

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    Aug

    2020

    Prague

    When Covid-19 ushered in a new reality and borders began to close in February 2020, I found myself in Prague, the city of Franz Kafka and Václav Havel. Rather suitable companions in such strange and...

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