This is a website by me, Pervez Rizvi, an independent student of Shakespeare.
Apart from the Folio text, which is copyright the Internet Shakespeare Editions, and Howard-Hill's papers, on which he waived copyright, everything else on this website is in my copyright. You may freely use anything here for non-commercial purposes (except possibly the published papers, for which please check with the publisher).
'Playbook Titles as Evidence of Copy Text Type', American Notes and Queries (2019), print publication forthcoming.
'Authorship Attribution for Early Modern Plays using Function Word Adjacency Networks: A Critical View', American Notes and Queries (2018), print publication forthcoming.
'Small Samples and the Perils of Authorship Attribution for Acts and Scenes', American Notes and Queries (2018), print publication forthcoming.
'The Problem of Microattribution', Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (2018), print publication forthcoming.
'An Improvement to Zeta', Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, vol. 34, issue 2, June 2019, 419-422.
'The Interpretation of Zeta Test Results', Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, vol. 34, issue 2, June 2019, 401-418.
'The Use of Spellings for Compositor Attribution in the First Folio', Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, vol. 110, no. 1 (March 2016), 1-54.
'Stemmata for Shakespeare Texts: A Suggested New Form', Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, vol. 108, no. 1 (March 2014), 97-106.
'The Bibliographical Relationship between the Texts of Troilus and Cressida', The Library, vol. 14, no. 3 (September 2013), 271-312.
'Dividable Shores in Troilus and Cressida', Notes and Queries, vol. 59, no. 1 (March 2012), 77-79.
'Evidence of Revision in Othello', Notes and Queries, vol. 45, no. 3 (September 1998), 338-343.
|6 May 2019||Fixed bug in the Folio facsimile lookup page whereby search was not working correctly in lines containing semicolons. Added instructions to the page.|
|26 February 2016||Corrected rr1r from an Ey page to Ex (for both Hinman and Norton attributions). Corrected rr6r from Ex (Hinman) and Bx (Norton) to By for both. This error was caused by Hinman's corresponding error at II, 517.|
|13 December 2015||For page cc2v corrected typecase from '?' to y and for pages cc5r, dd2v and dd5r corrected typecase from '?' to x.|
|23 October 2015||In the Q/F mapping spreadsheet corrected the last TLN of King Lear from 3301 to 3302.|
|17 October 2015||Noted in the supplementary index that *gg3r is a Romeo page.|
|26 August 2015||For Romeo and Troilus, added more detail to the printing order matrix.|
|24 August 2015||Simplified supplementary index to Printing and Proof-Reading by merging some rows. Noted that *gg3v and *gg4r=χ2r are in Group 17a.|
|23 April 2015||Did a review and found that for several more pages assigned to more than one compositor the typecase had been wrongly set to the same value for all compositors. Corrected the typecases to x for the following: I5r-a, O4r-b, O4v-b, P5v-a1, P6v-b, Q5v-a, χgg2v-a, χgg2v-b1, χgg2v-b3, h4r-b, i6v-b, k5r-a, ll5r-b2, oo1r-a, oo1r-b1, pp4r-b2, rr1v-a.|
|10 April 2015||For part-pages mm2r-b2 and mm5r-a, corrected typecase from y to x.|
|04 February 2015||For part-page ¶¶4v-b2, corrected typecase from y to x.|