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Mosher. A Chapter in Bibliographical History, Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Libraries, The New York Times Book Review, volume 2, page [ ] and ends with Michael Strange, an example of pseudandry, or the use by a woman of a masculine pen name [ ]Archer Taylor, Fredric John Mosher, The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma, page An enumerative bibliography is a systematic list of books and other works such as journal graphies range from "works cited" lists at the end of books and articles, to complete and independent publications.A notable example of a complete, independent publication is Gow's A.
Housman: A Sketch, Together with a List of His Classical Papers (). Author of Book catalogues, The bibliographical history of anonyma and pseudonyma, The literary riddle beforeEnglish riddles from oral tradition, General subject-indexes sinceAn index to "The proverb", A bibliography of riddles, A history of bibliographies of bibliographies.
Anonyma and Pseudonyma The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma. By Archer Taylor & Fred eric J. Mosher. Chicago, University of Chi cago Press, IX, p. $ It is a pleasure to read and to review a APRILJ book whose authors have met high standards of accuracy and erudition.
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Call number: Ref Z T3. Yin-ling Spodek, Esther. “The Native American Language Collection.” Meeting Ground 20 (): 7. Call number: Ayer 5S 42 and photocopy in checklist area. The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma constitutes a valu-able tool for research scholars, reference librarians, and catalogers.
Even for a small segment of the group of general readers it offers much that will prove edu-cational if not fascinating. Introduction. Fredson Bowers’s Principles of Bibliographical Description is one of the indisputable classics of twentieth-century scholarship.
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the bibliographical history of anonyma and was to range well beyond what has been well described, in book-collecting terms, as 'the Munby period'.5 His largely positive review of a book on that last topic ends with a criticism that recalls the practical expertise he carried with. Anonyma and Pseudonyma The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma by Archer Taylor and Frederic ].
Mosher traces the development of the bibliography of this field from,its be ginnings, with chapters on homonyms, Latinized names, pseudepigrapha, anonyma and pseudonyma.
There is. An Inventory and Some Conclusions (Berkeley ), The Literary Riddle before (Berkeley ), English Riddles from Oral Tradition (Berkeley ), The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma (Chicagowith F.J.
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Such titles show that he was thinking in bibliographical terms, for Andreas's book and the Augsburg catalogue are bibliographies and Leclerc's journal was a review of current publications. the bibliographies of anonyma and pseudonyma, Namur succeeds better than in section 3.
In the history of bibliographies of bibliographies we can look. Archer Taylor and Fredrick J. Mosher, The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma (Chicago: University of Chicago, ). [Admirable in every respect.]" . 'MEDIEVAL FORGERIES. L.C. Hector, Palaeography and Forgery (London and New York: St.
Anthony's Press, ). [Deals with the pre-Mabillon period of palaeographical criticism.]. The bibliography of dictionaries and lists of identified anonyms and pseudonyms presented in The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma is the most complete ever published and comprises several hundred items, including lists in every important modern language.
A bibliography is a list of works on a subject or by an author that were used or consulted to write a research paper, book or article. It can also be referred to as a list of works cited. It is usually found at the end of a book, article or research paper.
Regardless of what citation style is being used, there are key pieces of information that Author: María Bonet. Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma. Chicago: Published for the Newberry Library and the University of Chicago Press, Location: Reference 3rd floor and General Collection 2nd floor.
Call number: Ref ZT3 and Z Highlights from the Newberry Library Collections. Adam z Veleslavína, Daniel. To cite and reference your sources correctly, you have to record these bibliographic details.
The exact details depend on the type of the source and the citation style, but generally should include a minimal set of elements, for example: Books: author(s)/editor(s) of book, publication year, book title, (edition), place of. I find no reference to it in one of the standard scholarly works on literary pseudonyms (The Bibliographical History of Anonyma and Pseudonyma by Archer Taylor and Fredric J.
Mosher), nor do I find any mention of it in any of various studies of Elizabethan punctuation and orthography. But, an Oxfordian might object, just because an idea is not.
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