This apparatus criticus
leads up to the entry proper, where in the present instance the piece is set within the context of related Paduan bronze perfume burners, and the reasons why the author believes it should be associated with Desiderio are lucidly expounded.
Enhanced with an 'Apparatus Criticus
', as well as indexes by titles, first lines, and names in the Apparatus Criticus
, "The Complete Poems of James Dickey" is a true cultural legacy from a truly gifted poet and highly recommended for personal, academic, and community library 20th Century American Poetry reference collections and supplemental reading lists.
The procedure of the Samtliche Schriften is painstaking and highly scholarly; and the production and presentation of each volume is to a similar standard with a substantial apparatus criticus
I had no idea what he meant until he pointed to the apparatus criticus
at the bottom of the page.
The apparatus criticus
is particularly rich; it mentions not only the variant readings recorded in the various families of manuscripts, but also the readings of the most recent manuscripts.
In addition to an apparatus criticus
the hymn is accompanied by a list of passages from other authors which bear some resemblance in phrasing to Cleanthes' text.
But all readers are well-served by her thorough editing: apparatus criticus
and explanatory notes following each of the 163 letters in the first volume, and a 300-page repertoire of biographical and bibliographical entries on all the persons and books to whom and to which Pinelli and Dupuy refer in the second.
Since that time, there have been impressive results from this project: three international conferences (the fourth is scheduled for the summer of 2001), a digital facsimile of the 1583 edition of the Acts and Monuments, substantial progress on the electronic edition and its apparatus criticus
, and now two volumes of articles by scholars in the field (John Foxe and the English Reformation [Aldershot, U.
The book includes the Greek text and the apparatus criticus
Three of the commentaries - one on the Pentateuch, a supplementary commentary on Genesis, Exodus and the Gospels, and a commentary on the four Gospels - are now presented with Latin texts and an apparatus criticus
which are the joint work of Bischoff and Michael Lapidge; Lapidge also provides almost 300 pages of introduction, an en face English translation, a commentary and appendixes, one of which comprises editions of six fragmentary commentaries from manuscripts of mid-eighth- to mid-ninth-century date which illustrate how the material circulated on the Continent.
This apparatus criticus
leads up to the entry proper, where in the present instance the piece is set within the context of a group of related Paduan bronze perfume burners, and the reasons why the author believes it should be associated with Desiderio are lucidly expounded (it is well worth adding, given how unusual this alas is, that Warren is preternaturally scrupulous when it comes to recording the divergent views of other scholars in the most fair-minded fashion).
These have been noted in a minimal apparatus criticus
which is more than adequate for a canonical text that has been meticulously copied by the Druze uqqal.