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In: Textual Scholarship and the Material Book
Author: Dirk Van Hulle


This article suggests a reversal of roles: instead of using manuscript research to make an edition, it conceives of an edition as a tool for doing manuscript research. The case study is Joyce’s red-backed, “Guiltless” copybook, more specifically the genesis of the phrase “genesic field” in Chapter I.5 of Finnegans Wake. After a short survey of the history of editorial approaches, the article proposes a way of modelling a digital genetic edition of “Work in Progress” according to five categories (exo-, endo-, epi-, macro- and microgenesis), thus taking up Daniel Ferrer’s suggestion to devise “models for a genetic criticism” in the digital age.

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