Seeing Swinburne: Toward a Mobile & Augmented-Reality Edition of Poems and Ballads, 1866

Bethany Nowviskie & Wayne Graham
Scholarly editing, in a literary context, involves the painstaking examination of scores of printed and hand-written documents for minute textual differences, in an effort to understand, represent, and sometimes combat change over time—the accidental and intentional transformations history wreaks on poetry and prose. These processes are physical as much as intellectual, and so is the work of the bibliographer; but you’d never know it to look at our scholarly editions—particularly at contemporary digital editions, which...
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