Dafydd Johnston, 'The Principles of the Edited Texts'

The edited texts are composite ones which draw on the evidence of all the manuscripts in order to recreate as closely as possible the poems as composed by the poet. They are presented in modern orthography, with punctuation and paragraphing reflecting editorial interpretation, and titles have also been provided by the editors. This essay will discuss the theoretical questions and practical problems which this methodology raises.

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