'novelist' Belleforest, in his 'Histoires Tragiques.' (There is a translation of Belleforest in the second volume of the 'Variorum' edition of 'Hamlet'; also in Hazlitt's 'Shakespeare Library,' I, ii, 217 ff.) Probably on this was based an English play, perhaps written by Thomas Kyd, which is now lost but which seems to be represented, in miserably garbled form, in an existing text of a German play acted by English players in Germany in the seventeenth century.
'Variorum' edition.) The second quarto, virtually Shakspere's finished form, was published in 1604.
Chapters 7-10 present the Variorum
: the comprehensive edition Willingham has compiled using the collated texts from the manuscript and print editions.
Four recent publications in the Variorum
Series have enabled the work of leading twentieth- and twenty-first-century medieval English drama scholars to be more readily accessible.
edition, edited by Richard van den Berg, Abingdon, Routledge, 2015, 514 pp., [pounds sterling]126.00, ISBN: 9781138014589
Explicitly drawing inspiration from the late Madeleine Doran (initially herself an advocate of revision) and from Richard Knowles (staunchly and influentially opposed to revision), whose New Variorum
edition of King Lear, soon to be published, was made available to him in manuscript, Vickers offers another interpretation of the two printings.
Woodhouse and Douglas Bush's volume of the Variorum
Commentary of the Poems of John Milton as a model (viii).
El presente volumen, publicado dentro de la coleccion variorum
de la editorial Ashgate, es una recopilacion de una veintena de articulos publicados entre los anos 1979 y 2010 en diversas revistas cientificas u obras colectivas.
There follow chapters on editing and editions of Donne, including a chapter by Richard Todd that explains what the Donne Variorum
Following four pages of general introduction, Hudspeth reviews each of the ten volumes in self-contained essays that average five or six pages, with the exception of Volume IV, Representative Men, which receives ten pages; volumes VIII and IX, Letters and Social Aims and Poems: A Variorum
Edition respectively, which receive about nine pages each, and Volume 10, Uncollected Prose Writings, which receives 19 pages of review because of the complexity of the editorial problems involved.
The National Manuscripts Mission, the Digital Library of India, the variorum
on Tagore and the Gandhi Heritage Portal are all important milestones in this journey.
The vastness and the changefulness of the variorum
come close to reflecting the vastness and changefulness of Tagore's mind.