2 edition of printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare found in the catalog.
printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare
|Statement||by Charlton Hinman.|
|LC Classifications||Z8813 .H5|
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Printing Order. Charlton Hinman's The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare is our authority for the order in which the Folio pages were printed. The order is conveniently summarized in volume II, Given below is a graphical representation of what Hinman discovered. Published just seven years after his death, Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies — now known as the “First Folio” — saved for posterity 18 of Shakespeare’s 38 plays, including "The Tempest," "Macbeth," "Twelfth Night" and "As You Like It." In , multiple copies of this original edition, accompanied by six interpretive panels, will tour the nation as the.
The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare (2 Volumes) Author: Hinman, Charlton Title: The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare (2 Volumes) Publication: Oxford: Clarendon Press, Edition: First Edition. Description: First Edition. Complete in 2 volumes. Large 8vo. ; pp. Rating: % positive. The copy of the First Folio owned by Brandeis University was acquired by George F. Richardson of Lowell, Massachusetts, in On 25 February it was sold at Rains Galleries to Thomas & Eron (a New York bookseller) for $3,, and in December Inman's Book Shop, NYC, sold it to Allan I. Bluestein, who then donated the Folio directly.
THE PRINTING AND PROOF-READING OF THE FIRST FOLIO OF SHAKESPEARE. Oxford: At The Clarendon Press, 2 vols. xvi  + vii p. Errata slip in vol. 1. as issued. Frontis. in each vol., plates, illus. Large 8vo. Blue cloth, spine stamped in gilt. Professor Hinman set out the results of his examination of the first folios in a book published by Oxford University Press in , called The Printing and Proof‐Reading of the First Folio of.
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The Printing and Proof Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare (Two volume set) Hardcover – April 1, by Hinman (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Hinman. The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare (Two Volumes) Hardcover – January 1, by Charlton Hinman (Author)Author: Charlton Hinman.
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The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare Volume I &II HINMAN, CHARLTON Published by Oxford University Press London (). Hinman's machine led to a business that produced commercial Hinman Collators for other libraries and institutions.
His focus, however, remained on his research. Inhe published a major work, Printing and Proof-reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare. To produce it, he compared 55 of the Folger First Folios.
The printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare Item Preview The printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare by Hinman, Charlton. Publication date Books for People with Print Pages: The Printing and Proof-reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare, Volume 2 Charlton Hinman Snippet view - The First Folio was produced in William and Isaac Jaggards’s printing house between and Early modern printing houses were noisy, smelly, crowded spaces, requiring long hours of repetitive hard labor over the hand-presses.
Shakespeare's earliest published plays are referred to as folios or quartos according to the folding of the printed sheets and therefore the size of the book: folios being large, tall volumes and the quartos smaller and squarer.
Of about copies of the First Folio printed between Feb. and Nov.some survive. Shakespeare's First Folio, published inis one of the world's most studied books, prompting speculation about everything from proof-reading practices in the early modern publishing industry to the 'true' authorship of Shakespeare's plays.
Before the publication of the First Folio innineteen of the thirty-seven plays in Shakespeare's canon had appeared in quarto format. With the exception of Othello (), all of the quartos were published prior to the date of Shakespeare's retirement from the.
First Folio The First Folio, the first published edition () of the collected works of William Shakespeare; it was originally titled Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories & Tragedies. The Newberry Library, Louis H. Silver Collection, (A Britannica Publishing Partner)The publication of drama in the early 17th century was usually left to the poorer members of the.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, First Edition. Complete in 2 volumes. Large 8vo. ; pp. Illustrations. Dark blue cloth in tan printed dustjackets.
Tiny closed tear to spine end of Volume I else a fine set. Item # This book systematically reconstructs the printing of the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays.
Its primary aim is to furnish students with Book Edition: First Edition. See Peter Blayney’s The First Folio of Shakespeare (Folger ) (and linked below) for an overview of this, Charlton Hinman’s The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare (Clarendon P, ) for a detailed explanation of such changes, and Eric Rasmussen and Anthony James West’s The Shakespeare First Folios: A.
Read the catalogue record for this book, and the other Oxford copies of Shakespeare's First Folio. The digital facsimile and the text are published under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported license.
To share your thoughts and ideas about this digital facsimile, or to write a guest blog post, get in touch with us: [email protected] Four decades ago Charlton Hinman meticulously analyzed typographical clues that reveal details of the procedures followed in typesetting and printing the Folio, and the two volumes of The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare () are a page-by-page account of how the book was produced.
Although some of its conclusions. The printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare. Oxford: Clarendon Press. MLA Citation.
Hinman, Charlton. The printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare / by Charlton Hinman Clarendon Press Oxford Australian/Harvard Citation. Hinman, Charlton. The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare.
2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon P, Hoppe, H. “ John Wolfe, Printer and Publisher, –”. The Printing and Proof-Reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare.
2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, In the most arduous study of a single book ever undertaken, Hinman attempts to reconstruct how the Shakespeare First Folio of. Entrances and exits of characters were added in the Second Folio, and it contains the first work by John Milton in print, entitled An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet W.
Shakespeare on the effigies page. He wrote it when he was 22 and it was added to the other poems and dedications from the First Folio, including Ben Johnson's poem. Printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Hinman, Charlton. Printing and proof-reading of the first folio of Shakespeare. Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare.Shakespeare's First Folio edition is printed as a folio and has a page height of inches ( mm), making it a rather small folio size.
 Folios were a common format of books printed in the incunabula period (books printed before ), although the earliest printed book, surviving only as a fragment of a leaf, is a quarto.
Bodies of text. Shakespeare’s corpus – the body of his work – survives in two printed forms: quarto (a small book in which each printed sheet was folded twice into four double-sided pages) and folio (a larger book where printed sheets were folded only once into two double-sided pages).
Although many plays already existed in individual quarto form, the collected First Folio .