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Bevington's and scholarship
The Bantam Classics series, self-touted as " The most student-friendly Shakespeare on the market ," is different from, for instance, Bevington's Oxford and Arden editions of Henry IV and Troilus and Cressida ( respectively ) in not so much scholarship, but intended audience.

Bevington's and is
" Bevington's adamant support for exercise is demonstrated in his use of the bicycle as a means of transportation, and when that is made impossible by snow or rain, in his insistence on walking — not driving — the requisite distance to campus, despite his being among the most senior members of the faculty.

Bevington's and extensive
Bevington's extensive bibliography as an editor comprises mainly the Shakespeare canon and will, in the coming year, come to include a complete Jonson.

Bevington's and at
* Bevington's homepage at the University of Chicago English Department website
* Bevington's slightly out-of-date page at the University of Chicago Comparative Literature website

Bevington's and has
Although the following does not boast of being complete, it includes the vast majority of Bevington's publications sorted into three lists: books he has authored, plays / anthologies thereof he has edited, and anthologies of scholarly essays he has edited ( with or without a co-editor ).
Furthermore, Bantam has published Bevington's edition of Shakespeare's sonnets and other poetry.

Bevington's and .
David Bevington's work as editor of drama includes several individual plays and anthologies not tied to any larger series.
In addition to her books, Bevington's work appeared in The New York Times Book Review, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker and The American Scholar.

editorial and scholarship
" ABOUT THE JOURNAL: With a new look and a new editorial staff, the Children's Literature Association Quarterly continues its tradition of publishing first-rate scholarship in Children's Literature Studies ... Each issue features an editorial introduction, juried articles about research and scholarship in children's literature, and book reviews.
Advances in musical scholarship and editorial techniques in the decades after the first volumes were issued meant that by the second half of the 20th century they were no longer meeting the needs of users.
He is remembered for his Latin translations of Homer ; but this versio Latina, in the view of modern scholarship, may have been his editorial version of a product of a tradition going back over a century of Latin translations for " crib " ( reading aid ) purposes.

editorial and is
Although because of the important achievements of nineteenth century scholars in the field of textual criticism the advance is not so striking as it was in the case of archaeology and place-names, the editorial principles laid down by Stevenson in his great edition of Asser and in his Crawford Charters were a distinct improvement upon those of his predecessors and remain unimproved upon today.
-- Your July 26 editorial regarding the position of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy on prospective tax relief for DuPont stockholders is based on an erroneous statement of fact.
The headline is offensive, particularly in view of the total inaccuracy of the editorial.
Sir -- Your editorial, `` Housing Speedup '', is certainly not the answer to our slum problems.
According to the official interpretation of the Charter, a member cannot be penalized by not having the right to vote in the General Assembly for nonpayment of financial obligations to the `` special '' United Nations' budgets, and of course cannot be expelled from the Organization ( which you suggested in your editorial ), due to the fact that there is no provision in the Charter for expulsion.
N.C.'s editorial `` Confrontation '' is a stunning piece of writing.
Then the editorial added prophetically: `` how far they may reach in Asia is yet undetermined, but they fall far short of our dreams of the war conferences ''.
Kaijser is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences since 2007 and also a member of the editorial board of two scientific journals: Journal of Urban Technology and Centaurus.
He is the author of over 400 scientific papers published in refereed journals and currently sits on the editorial boards of the scientific journals Intelligence and Personality and Individual Differences.
The wave of arson in the South Bronx in the 1960s and 1970s inspired the observation that " The Bronx is burning ": in 1974 it was the title of both a New York Times editorial and a BBC documentary film.
While " there is an intentional editorial unity with a cohesive purpose and message in the canonical form of the book ," Job contains many separate elements, some of which may have had an independent existence prior to being incorporated into the present text.
The use of the term censorware in editorials criticizing makers of such software is widespread and covers many different varieties and applications: Xeni Jardin used the term in a 9 March 2006 editorial in the New York Times when discussing the use of American-made filtering software to suppress content in China ; in the same month a high school student used the term to discuss the deployment of such software in his school district.
The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Montreal ’ s La Presse, The Gazette, the Florida Times Union, the Indianapolis Star, the Providence Journal, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Brisbane Courier-Mail, the Windsor Star, The Economic Times and San Francisco Chronicle, among other publications, run the comic in their business section rather than in the regular comics section, similar to the way in which Doonesbury is often carried in the editorial section due to its pointed commentary.
The editorial staff responsible for updates is based partly at the Library of Congress and partly at OCLC.
The Britannica is occasionally criticised for its editorial choices.
Wendy Doniger, who is on the editorial board of Britannica, has been criticised for her negative portrayal of Hinduism.
There is a conscious multicultural focus of the journal, both in content and in the diverse makeup of its editorial group.
George Pappas is an editorial consultant of Berkeley Studies.
When examined separately from the book illustrations he did over time, Tenniel ’ s work at Punch alone, expressing decades of editorial viewpoints, often controversial and socially sensitive, was created to ultimately echo the voices of the British public, and is in itself massive.
He is currently a member of the editorial board of Intelligence.
Because the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center, the body responsible for cataloguing minor planets in the Solar System, makes the distinction, the current editorial choice for Wikipedia articles on the trans-Neptunian region is to make this distinction as well.
Following is the complete text of the editorial:
However, the decisions of the editorial department of a newspaper and the corporate parent frequently are not connected, as the editorial staff retains freedom to decide what is covered as well as what is not.

editorial and so
Failing to heed the lesson so clearly contained in the satellite treaties, President Truman re-declared the Cold War on March 12, 1947, in the Truman Doctrine, exactly one week after the Herald Tribune editorial was written, and a year after the Cold War had been announced by Churchill at Fulton, Missouri, in Truman's presence.
In 1979, Massimo Pallottino, then president of the Istituto di Studi Etruschi ed Italici initiated the Committee of the Corpus Speculorum Etruscanorum ( CSE ), which resolved to publish all the specula and set editorial standards for doing so.
The term was coined by the British newspaper The Times in an editorial published on 19 April 1940, entitled " Quislings everywhere " after the Norwegian Vidkun Quisling, who assisted Nazi Germany as it conquered his own country so that he could rule the collaborationist Norwegian government himself.
The editorial battle with the Independent became so heated that, at the inevitable mention of Harding's questionable bloodline, father and son proceeded, with shotgun in hand, to demand, and get, a retraction.
Because of Segovia's predilection for altering the musical content of his editions to reflect his interpretive preferences, many of today's guitarists prefer to examine the original manuscripts, or newer publications based on the original manuscripts in order to compare them with Segovia's published versions, so as to accept or reject Segovia's editorial decisions.
" After Bridwell returned it with extensive editorial changes Beck attempted to draw the rewritten version but became so dissatisfied with it that he tore up the artwork he had drawn thus far and returned the Bridwell draft to DC.
She was called " Phantom Brat " in the editorial page of issue 8, although with quotation marks around her name, so it is unclear whether that was her actual name.
It is inevitably criticised not only for its increasing conservatism, but for its failure to keep pace with innovations in layout and editorial technique so dramatically demonstrated in papers like The Sun News-Pictorial and The Herald.
When Christian and Faithful travel through Vanity Fair, Bunyan adds the editorial comment: But as in other fairs, some one Commodity is as the chief of all the fair, so the Ware of Rome and her Merchandize is greatly promoted in this fair: Only our English Nation, with some others, have taken a dislike thereat.
His numerous editorial and critical works spread his fame as a scholar throughout Europe, and engaged him in many of the stormy disputes which were then so common among men of letters.
The threat of America's entry into World War I had seriously weakened the real estate market, so in early 1915 Lane accepted a friend's offer of a stopgap job as an editorial assistant on the staff of the San Francisco Bulletin.
Also, the 2001 sale of the Washington Blade to Window Media, LLC led to intense criticism from former employees, editors, and media pundits of the consolidation of so many gay newspapers ' editorial boards into the same company, leading to fears of homogenizing of content and editorial control.
In a 1989 editorial titled " Drown the Berenstain Bears ", Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer lamented the popularity of the books, writing that " it is not just the smugness and complacency of the stories that is so irritating ," but the bears themselves, particularly " the post-feminist Papa Bear, the Alan Alda of grizzlies, a wimp so passive and fumbling he makes Dagwood Bumstead look like Batman.
In the Time and Time Again saga ( 1991 ) it is shown that both Superman and the Legion still remember the Pocket Universe Superboy so the editorial mandate was basically being ignored within a year.
The statutory portion of such codification shall be merged with annotations, captions, catchlines, history lines, editorial notes, cross-references, indices, title and chapter analyses, and other materials pursuant to the contract and shall be published by authority of the state pursuant to such contract and when so published shall be known and may be cited as the ' Official Code of Georgia Annotated '.
Opposite the E flat which the clarinet sustains over a chord of the sixth ( D flat, F, B flat ) in the andante of the C minor symphony, Fétis had naively written ‘ This E flat must be F. Beethoven could not have possibly made so gross a blunder .’ In other words, a man like Beethoven could not possibly fail to be in entire agreement with the harmonic theories of M. Fétis .” Troupenas did in fact remove Fétis ’ editorial marks, but Berlioz was still unsatisfied.
Brodovitch ’ s signature use of white space, his innovation of Bazaar ’ s iconic Didot logo, and the cinematic quality that his obsessive cropping brought to layouts ( not even the work of Man Ray and Henri Cartier-Bresson was safe from his busy scissors ) compelled Truman Capote to write, " What Dom Pérignon was to champagne ... so has been to ... photographic design and editorial layout.
The price rose to ( HK $ 5 ) with the 11th issue so as " to reflect its real strength and worth in the market ", according to the editorial board.
The paper's editorial content became so salacious that Griffin was forced by the Mayor to resign from the city's Board of Higher Education in 1954.
A dotted lunate sigma ( sigma periestigmenon, encoded at U + 03FE ) was used by Aristarchus of Samothrace as an editorial sign indicating that the line so marked is at an incorrect position.
An unsigned editorial in the Winnipeg Free Press argued: " The other major pillar of Mr. Lyon's legacy -- the inclusion of the notwithstanding clause in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as a defence of the supremacy of elected parliaments over unelected courts -- was controversial when he first supported it and remains so today.
His reason for this is that where editing film is an editorial process, the creation process of writing is opposite that, and so he lies down rather than sit or stand up, to separate his editing mind from his creating mind.

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