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Shakespeare's Syndicate The First Folio, its Publishers, and the Early Modern Book Trade




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 03/2022





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In 1623 a team of stationers published what has become the most famous volume in English literary history: William Shakespeare's First Folio. Who were these publishers and how might their stories be bound up with those found within the book they created? Ben Higgins offers a radical new account of the First Folio by focusing on these four publishing businesses that made the volume. By moving between close scrutiny of the Folio publishers and a wider view of their significance within the early modern book trade, Higgins uses Shakespeare's stationers to explore the 'literariness' of the Folio; to ask how stationers have shaped textual authority; to argue for the interpretive potential of the 'minor' Shakespearean bookseller; and to examine the topography of Shakespearean publication. Drawing on a host of fresh primary evidence from a wide range of sources, including court records, manuscript letters, bookseller's bills, and the literature itself, Shakespeare's Syndicate illuminates our understanding of how this landmark volume was made and what it has meant to scholars since. Moreover, it models exciting new ways of working with stationers and of reading the event of early modern publication itself. This innovative study demonstrates that despite four hundred years of history, the volume at the centre of Shakespeare's canon continues to generate new stories.




Sommario

1 - 'Master William Shakesperes workes': Edward Blount at the Black Bear
2 - 'Prudentia': The Jaggard Publishing House
3 - A Minor Shakespearean: William Aspley at the Parrot
4 - 'Under the Diall': John Smethwick at St Dunstan's Churchyard




Autore

Ben Higgins read English at the University of Exeter before going to the University of Oxford for postgraduate work. He has held lectureships at Wadham College, Lincoln College, and Corpus Christi College, Oxford. He is currently Career Development Fellow in Early Modern Literature at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.










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ISBN:

9780192848840

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 240 x 24.0 x 164 mm Ø 686 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 320


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