editing (documentary)

It is a truth universally acknowledged that documentary editions have found a very welcoming home in cyberspace. Documentary editing has often been considered a lower form of scholarship, as suggested by its being commonly called “noncritical editing,” a name that barely hides the conviction of its being a non- or prescholarly endeavor. However, this allegedly humble form of editing has now taken a leading role in the digital arena, boosted, it seems, by the availability of digital facsimiles.

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