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The Author as Reader

Textual Visions and Revisions

Series:

Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Wolfgang Görtschacher

Contents: Jodi-Anne George: From Imaginary Sheep to the Agnus Dei: The Wakefield Prima V. Secunda Pastorum – Regina Schneider: «And Are You There, Old Pas?»: The Fate of the Pastoral Element in Philip Sidney’s Arcadia – Victor Skretkowicz: From Alpha-Text to Meta-Text: Sidney’s Arcadia – Nicholas Royle: Sentencing Coleridge – Glyn Pursglove: Rethinking the Devil’s Thoughts: Coleridge and Southey – Christopher Smith: Vision, Revision, Seeing and Insight: Thomas Hardy’s Poem «The Rejected Member’s Wife» – Lucia Cordell Getsi: Georg Trakl as Reader Appropriator: A Study in Intertextual Text-World Construction – Robert Rehder: Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams: Re-Seeing, Search and Discovery – Peter Boxall: All Balls: Internal Revision and Narrative Authority in Beckett’s Prose – Philip Laubach-Kiani: The Staging and Revising of Deficient Memory in Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape – Milada Franková: Authorial Doubts: Metafictional Revision – Monika Coghen: Coleridg’s Osorio and Remorse: From Tragedy towards Sentimental Drama – Anton Kirchhofer: Negotiating the Constraints of Authorship: (Un)Authorised Endings in Dickens and Fowles – Rama Kundu: Pudd’nhead Wilson: Making and Remaking of a Text – Rudolf Weiss: Re-writing the Drama: Multiple Versions of Granville Barker – Mohit K. Ray: «Stitching and Unstitching» in «Sailing to Byzantium» – Mike W. Malm: Revision and Ideology in Ezra Pound’s Cantos: Historical Sources and the Politics of De-Contextualization – Günther Jarfe: Auden as Reader and Critic of His Own Poems – Krisztina Dankó: Tennessee Williams’s Textual Visions and Revisions – Philip Mosley: Rewriting Irish-American Daughter/s: Deborah Lou Randall’s Unfolding Drama – Mariaconcetta Costantini: «The fruit of much restlessness»: Literary Creation and Revision According to Ben Okri.