Editing Women's Writing, 1670-1840.
As organizations & publishers like Chawton House Library, Virago, Broadview, and Oxford's World Classics, and online resources, make it easier to find and afford books by early women writers, the role and mission of the editor has become an interesting topic. Essays explore different aspects of the editor's responsibilities and how editing, introducing, and annotating women's writings has added nuances to the general field, as well as special challenges for editors of these emerging works. Contributors include Lorna J. Clark, Kathryn R. King, Danile Robinson, Rachel Carnell, Natasha Duquette, Fiona Price, Jennie Batchelor and Megan Hiatt, Peter Sabor, Caroline Franklin and Nicole Pohl, and the editors. Book is Like New. Routledge is listing for $128. This is a one-time offer at this price and condition. Routledge. 2018. Hb. USED. $50.00