Your most influential book of grammar Mluvnice soucasne anglictiny na pozadi cestiny which was first released in 1988, followed by three re-editions
of which the last was in 2006 (academia), has become a BESTSELLER AMONG STUDENTS AND academics in the field of English linguistics both in the Czech Republic and Slovakia for more than 20 years.
The remainder of the article considers the several printed editions of Arnold's Book and re-editions
, extracts, and summaries of the book that were subsequently printed by Treveris, Rastell, Wyer, and Redman.
Insofar as recent re-editions
of her poetry (ErosOnyx Editions) and academic studies of her work (Editions Orizons) signal Vivien's enduring influence "entre deux siecles," this appropriately titled collection of essays and archival material will undoubtedly fuel such momentum.
The collection with H&M is a series of re-editions
of Maison Martin Margiela garments and accessories described as 'key pieces' from various seasons.
The recent re-editions
of Talich and Ancerl albums, however, have confirmed that it is not about nostalgia or memories of the old days but, on the contrary, a fully-fledged offer that can easily compete with newer recordings, which may be technically more sophisticated yet are many a time much less compelling in artistic terms.
Choudens' 1879 collection presented the twenty songs in yet another near-random order (which subsequent re-editions
largely maintained); virtually the only songs that appear there in chronological order are the first two.
Besides this it also brings out re-editions
of classic pieces which still continue to be produced in Barcelona.
In this chapter, Thomas foreshadows one conclusion that "the successive redactions and re-editions
are the product of a distinct type of historical consciousness, which is a conscious strategy for preserving a meaningful relationship between the narrative and the changing present" (13).
For whatever reasons, she declined to do what most scholars do when issuing re-editions
of their books: attempt to evaluate their own work in light of the subsequent scholarship.
The only excuse for a review which--even bearing in mind the slowness of the referral process and of publication--is so desperately overdue, is the merit of potentially alerting a new readership and possibly encouraging re-editions
Chapter Six looks back to re-editions
of Skelton and Heywood, re-examining the philosopher-king theme juxtaposed with the reality of the early 1530s.
Questions of copyright may prevent the reproduction of the best edited text available, and to expect complete critical re-editions
is unrealistic, but spot-checks reveal discrepancies between what might be inferred from the information given in the notes concerning the base manuscripts and editorial interventions and what the text actually says.