Editorial Revision and Recovery: Authenticity and Imitation in John Clare's Early Poetry
AbstractMost writers enjoy a fair degree of authorial control of their own work. They often supervise and edit the final versions of their texts; but not so John Clare, the Northamptonshire peasant poet whose poems were left in the hands of his London publishers. Vital decisions on selection, omissions, additions and alterations were not the poet's therefore questions about authenticity, editorial revision and recovery of original texts are in this case crucial.
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Pantuchowicz Agnieszka, Warso Anna (eds.): Culture(s) and Authenticity. The Politics of Translation and the Poetics of Imitation, Cultures in translation. Interdisciplinary studies in language, translation, culture and literature, vol. 1, 2017, Peter Lang Publishing Group, Peter Lang, ISBN 978-3-631-73239-7, [978-3-631-73240-3, 978-3-631-73241-0, 978-3-631-73242-7], 207 p., DOI:10.3726/b11652
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|Keywords in English||authenticity, authorial control, censorship, literary fashion|
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