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The Politics of Editing

1992

Nicholas Spadaccini and Jenaro Talens, editors

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“This state-of-the-art commentary is always mindful of a rich and engaging editorial tradition and conscious, at the same time, of how recent theoretical models may affect, and direct, the editor’s task. . . . a most insightful, informative, and provocative study.” --Edward H. Friedman

“This state-of-the-art commentary is always mindful of a rich and engaging editorial tradition and conscious, at the same time, of how recent theoretical models may affect, and direct, the editor’s task. . . . a most insightful, informative, and provocative study.” --Edward H. Friedman

“This state-of-the-art commentary is always mindful of a rich and engaging editorial tradition and conscious, at the same time, of how recent theoretical models may affect, and direct, the editor’s task. . . . a most insightful, informative, and provocative study.” Edward Friedman, Indiana University

“This state-of-the-art commentary is always mindful of a rich and engaging editorial tradition and conscious, at the same time, of how recent theoretical models may affect, and direct, the editor’s task. . . . a most insightful, informative, and provocative study.” --Edward H. Friedman

“. . . far from promulgating a shared ideological bias, The Politics of Editing has something of interest for every Hispanist.” Modern Philology

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“This state-of-the-art commentary is always mindful of a rich and engaging editorial tradition and conscious, at the same time, of how recent theoretical models may affect, and direct, the editor’s task. . . . a most insightful, informative, and provocative study.” Edward Friedman, Indiana University

“. . . far from promulgating a shared ideological bias, The Politics of Editing has something of interest for every Hispanist.” Modern Philology

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