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Graham Holderness and Bryan Loughrey

Rowe. Vickers’ review is a reaffirmation of the very editorial theory, embodied particularly in New Bibliography, that the series was set up to destabilise. For him, the criminalised status of The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet Prince of Denmarke had

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James Everest and Clare Whitehead

scholar W.W. Greg. 15 His 1982 edition of Hamlet reveals a mastery of the approach known as the ‘new bibliography’: comprehensive, judicious and meticulous, it was the product of thirty years of work and twenty boxes of notes, now among his papers in

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John V. Nance

dominant New-Bibliographical paradigm of memorial reconstruction by demonstrating: a) there is no such thing as an Ur-Hamlet , and b) Q1 Hamlet is most likely not a bad, surreptitious text. This perspective also reinstates the theory of revision as a