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Notes on Contributors

G. Thomas Tanselle, Vice-President of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, is one of the editors of the Northwestern-Newberry Edition of Melville. His collection Selected Studies in Bibliography has been published by the Society

S. W. Reid, Associate Professor of English at Kent State University, is editing As You Like It for the International Shakespeare.

G. E. Bentley, Jr., University College, Toronto, has published Blake Records, William Blake's Writings, and works on John Flaxman, George Cumberland, and on the Eighteenth-Century Novel.

Christopher G. Petter is the Archivist-Librarian of the University of Victoria, B.C., McPherson Library, Special Collections. He has an M. Phil from Leeds and is currently editing the works of Edward Sharpham for Garland's drama series.

Roy Vance Ramsey is Professor of English at Ohio University. He has published on both medieval and contemporary literature and is currently at work on a study of the Manly-Rickert theory of the relationships among the early manuscripts of the Canterbury Tales.

Arthur Sherbo, Professor of English at Michigan State University, is the author of several books on eighteenth-century literature. He is currently working on a study of mid-eighteenth and early nineteenth-century commentators on Shakespeare and also a separate book on George Steevens.

Carol Meale is currently Temporary Lecturer in the Department of English at the University of York. She is preparing a doctoral thesis on the subject of the literary and historical contexts of B.L. MS Harley 2252, at the Centre for Medieval Studies, the University of York.

R. H. Miller is Professor of English and Chairman of the Division of Humanities at the University Louisville. He is commencing a study of the manuscripts and early printed editions of Harington's epigrams.

MacD. P. Jackson, Associate Professor of English at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He is preparing a selection of John Marston's plays for the new Cambridge series of editions of Renaissance and Restoration dramatists.

Richard Knowles, Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin,


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is editor of the New Variorum edition of As You Like It and a general editor of the Variorum series.

Paul Werstine, Associate Professor of English at King's College, London, Canada, has published various articles and notes on the printing of Shakespeare's plays. He is now working as joint editor of the New Variorum Romeo and Juliet.

Fredson Bowers, Linden Kent professor of English Emeritus at the University of Virginia, is textual editor of the multi-volumed ACLS edition of William James for the Harvard university Press.

Sean Shesgreen is Associate Professor of English at Northern Illinois University. He is the author of Literary Portraits in the Novels of Henry Fielding and Engravings by Hogarth. His essays have appeared in Eighteenth-Century Studies and in Studies in the Novel.

David L. Vander Meulen, Assistant Editor of the Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE) at the University of Wisconsin, is preparing a descriptive bibliography of Pope's Dunciad.

Dennis M. Read is Assistant Professor of English at Denison University, Granville, Ohio. He has published articles in PBSA and in various critical journals. He is currently writing a literary biography of R. H. Cromek.

P. G. Scott, Professor of English at the University of South Carolina, has published The Early Editions of Arthur Hugh Clough and editions of Clough's poems.

Aidan Day, Lecturer in English at the University of Hull, has recently completed articles on Tennyson's "Oenone" and on "The Passing of Arthur."

James L. W. West III, Associate Professor of English at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, is currently a fellow at the National Humanities Center. He is Textual Editor of the Pennsylvania Dreiser Edition and co-editor of the Journal Review.


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President, Irby B. Cauthen, Jr., Wilson Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

First Vice President, Kendon L. Stubbs, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Virginia

Second Vice President, WALKER COWEN, 211 Sprigg Lane, Charlottesville, Virginia

Editor, FREDSON BOWERS, Route 11, Box 7, Charlottesville, Virginia

Secretary-Treasurer, RAY W. FRANTZ, JR., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Virginia

Executive Secretary, Patricia B. Shutts, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Virginia

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer for the British Isles, MRS. DOUGLAS WYLLIE, Westbrae, Libo Ave., Uplawmoor, G78 4AL Glasgow, Scotland

COUNCIL Mary O. Massey (1982)
Kendon L. Stubbs (1985)
I. B. CAUTHEN, JR. (1983)
Walker Cowen (1986)
Fredson Bowers (1984)


Studies in Bibliography is issued annually by the Society in addition to various bibliographical pamphlets and monographs.

Membership in the Society is solicited according to the following categories:

Subscribing Members at $15.00 a year receive Studies in Bibliography and other bibliographical material issued without charge by the Society. Institutions as well as private persons are accepted in this class of membership.

Contributing Members at $75 a year receive all publications, and by their contributions assist in furthering the work of the Society. Institutions are accepted.

Articles and notes are invited by the editor. Preferably these should conform to the recommendations of the Modern Language Association of America Style Sheet. The Society will consider the publication of bibliographical monographs for separate issue.

All matters pertaining to business affairs, including applications for membership, should be sent to the Executive Secretary, Patricia B. Shutts, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22901.


  • 1977: John W. Guillot, David L. White
  • 1979: Peter Brehm, Louis Jordan, Ashton Nichols
  • 1980: Joseph Robert Hartsoe, Michael J. King
  • 1981: J. D. Henson, Gloria Walters


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Blehl, Vincent Ferrer, S. J., John Henry Newman, A Bibliographical Catalogue of His Writings. $17.50.

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Life, Page West, Sir Thomas Malory and the Morte D'Arthur: A Survey of Scholarship and Annotated Bibliography. $13.50.

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Grimshaw, James A., Robert Penn Warren: A Descriptive Bibliography, 1922-1979. TBA


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