New titles in May 2021

May 20, 2021

Fifteen new scholarly editions have been published to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) this month, including additions across the Eighteenth Century Prose, Greek Tragedy, Latin Poetry, Medieval Prose, Nineteenth Century Prose, Romantics Prose, and Restoration Prose modules.

Highlights of the new content include the four-volume edition of The Collected Letters of Sir Humphry Davy, edited by Tim Fulford and Sharon Ruston, the two-volume Oxford Medieval Texts edition of The Chronography of Robert of Torigni, edited by Thomas N. Bisson; Oliver Taplin’s edition of Sophocles: Antigone and other Tragedies: Antigone, Deianeira, Electra; and the first volume to be published from the new edition of The Works of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon: A Short View of the State and Condition of the Kingdom of Ireland, edited by Jane Ohlmeyer.

This brings the total number of editions available online to over 1,600, which is the equivalent of more than 780,000 print pages.

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Explore samples of the new content:

Samuel Kenrick writes to James Wodrow in February 1778 to discuss the American Revolutionary War

Samuel Kenrick writes to James Wodrow in February 1778 to discuss the American Revolutionary War (eds Fitzpatrick, Macleod, & Page)

Thomas Carlyle provides the context for the French Revolution in Book I of his three volume work on the subject

Thomas Carlyle provides the context for the French Revolution in Book I of his three volume work on the subject (eds Cumming & Sorensen)

Introductory Chapter to Mary Shepherd's Essay on the Academical or Sceptical Philosophy

Introductory Chapter to Mary Shepherd's Essay on the Academical or Sceptical Philosophy (ed LoLordo)

 


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