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critical apparatus

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(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the variant readings, footnotes, etc found in a scholarly work or a critical edition of a text. Also called: apparatus criticus
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The goal is to make both texts and metadata accessible via a single interface and to publish texts online, combining philological rigour with technological flexibility, bibliographic control, and a critical apparatus for each text.
Part IV, the commentary, comprises a historical introduction and critical apparatus.
After an introductory chapter in which she explains and explores the phenomenon of Progressivism and lays out her key arguments concerning its usefulness as a critical apparatus, Luckett divides her study into six further chapters.
Cotkin's research engages the latest in Melville scholarship as well as a wide-ranging critical apparatus rich enough to accommodate his expansive subject.
As with all the volumes in this series, the translations are impeccable and critical apparatus a service to future generations of Bonhoeffer scholarship in the context of the Third Reich.
However, perhaps the best example of the useful of Gardner's critical apparatus can be found in John 6:1-40, The Bread of Life, which is paired alongside Elizabeth Bishop's "A Miracle for Breakfast.
Moore's normalization of the text is minimal, yet sufficient -- insofar as medieval orthography and scribal variations are largely preserved --, but accompanied by a detailed critical apparatus.
Under this paradigm, scholars aim to work in ways that engage with the political concerns of Indigenous communities and to draw their critical apparatus from specific Indigenous intellectual traditions.
Rico provides the necessary background to understand and appreciate the twelve epigrams he has selected, and, overall, the critical apparatus is accessible and usefully selective.
This edition also contains an excellent critical apparatus that will be very helpful to scholars.
A second appendix contains critical apparatus, notes, lists of sources, registers, and a bibliography.
What Williams took as a 'fictive' element, and a flaw in the critical apparatus of Nietzschean genealogy, proves for Owen to be one of its chief virtues.

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