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Shakespeare in Print: A History and Chronology of Shakespeare Publishing
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Shakespeare in Print: A History and Chronology of Shakespeare Publishing (Hardback)

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Described by the TLS as 'a formidable bibliographical achievement ... destined to become a key reference work for Shakespeareans', Shakespeare in Print is now issued in a revised and expanded edition offering a wealth of new material, including a chapter which maps the history of digital editions from the earliest computer-generated texts to the very latest digital resources. Murphy's narrative offers a masterful overview of the history of Shakespeare publishing and editing, teasing out the greater cultural significance of the ways in which the plays and poems have been disseminated and received over the centuries from Shakespeare's time to our own. The opening chapters have been completely rewritten to offer close engagement with the careers of the network of publishers and printers who first brought Shakespeare to print, additional material has been added to all chapters, and the chronological appendix has been updated and expanded.

Andrew Murphy is 1867 Professor of English at Trinity College Dublin. His authored books include Ireland, Reading and Cultural Nationalism, 1790-1930 (Cambridge, 2018) and Shakespeare for the People: Working-class Readers, 1800-1900 (Cambridge, 2008). He has been the recipient of fellowship awards from the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust.

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