Textual branch of bibliography, Humanities

Textual

The textual bibliographies are those bibliographies that help determine the effect of writing or the printing processes on the validity of the text. This kind of bibliography deals with textual variations between a manuscript and the printed book which means that the concern of this kind of bibliography is to determine the exact words, the author intended to convey to constitute his work. It is also the study and comparison of texts and their transmission through different printings and editions.

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