The Cornell Wordsworth: A Supplement

Author: Curtis, Jared


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This essential companion to the 21 Volumes of the Cornell Wordsworth has been described as 'indispensable for the serious Wordsworth scholar'
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Wordsworth's The Excursion (1814), published in 2007, was the twenty-first and final volume of the Cornell Wordsworth. Each volume in the series is complete in itself, but no volume supplied tools useful to anyone studying two or more volumes.

In this supplementary volume, designed to match your Cornell Wordsworth collection, and updated in September 2011, the reader will find:

1. a unified index to titles and first lines for the entire series
2. a guide to the hundreds of manuscripts treated in the twenty-one volumes
3. a comprehensive list of the contents of Wordsworth's many lifetime editions
4. appendices containing information had been omitted from previous volumes
5. a list of errata for several volumes in the series.

About the author

Jared Curtis, Professor Emeritus of English at Simon Fraser University, is the editor of "Poems, in Two Volumes" and Other Poems, 1800““1807, Last Poems, 1821““1850, and co-editor with Carol Landon of Early Poems and Fragments, 1785““1797, all in the Cornell Wordsworth. He is the editor of William Wordsworth's Fenwick Notes and The Poems of William Wordsworth: The Collected Reading Texts from the Cornell Wordsworth (in 3 vols.), all published by Humanities Ebooks. He is also the Coordinating Editor of the Cornell series of editions of Yeats' manuscripts and is the editor of two plays, The Land of Heart's Desire and Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus, and a co-editor with Richard J. Finneran and Ann Saddlemyer of The Tower (1928), all in the Cornell Yeats.

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"Jared Curtis’s The Cornell Wordsworth: a Supplement bears a modest title, but do not be misled. This volume, whether in printed or ebook format, is indispensable for the serious Wordsworth scholar. … Indeed, it is difficult to imagine working on Wordsworth now without such a resource at hand. The Cornell edition comprises twenty-one volumes of formidable textual complexity. This guide and index to the edition, which includes corrections and additions, is an immense service to scholarship, and Jared Curtis and Humanities-Ebooks should be commended for producing it."


--Anthony Harding, Professor Emeritus, University of Saskatchewan, in Romanticism

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