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Literary collectors as literary scribes : the case of Đuro Ferić (1739–1820) / Ivan Lupić; Irena Bratičević.

By: Lupić, Ivan.
Contributor(s): Bratičević, Irena [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 129-147 str.Subject(s): 6.03 | Đuro Ferić (1739–1820) ; Ragusan literature ; manuscript studies ; scribal culture ; history of literature ; history of collecting | Đuro Ferić (1739–1820) ; Ragusan literature ; manuscript studies ; scribal culture ; history of literature ; history of collectingOnline resources: Pristup radu In: Poznańskie Studa Slawistyczne 14 (2018) ; str. 129-147Abstract: The essay reconstructs the scribal collection of Ragusan literature compiled by Đuro Ferić (1739–1820) and currently scattered across various libraries. It argues that the focus on individual scribes is the best way of understanding Ragusan manuscript culture and of identifying relationships among different manuscript witnesses. Once scribal collections are reconstructed, it is possible to determine to what extent scribes understood their job as involving specific editorial decisions rather than just mechanical copying of the text in front of them. The approach is recommended not just to scholars interested in manuscript culture but to those interested in the larger questions of literary history as well.
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The essay reconstructs the scribal collection of Ragusan literature compiled by Đuro Ferić (1739–1820) and currently scattered across various libraries. It argues that the focus on individual scribes is the best way of understanding Ragusan manuscript culture and of identifying relationships among different manuscript witnesses. Once scribal collections are reconstructed, it is possible to determine to what extent scribes understood their job as involving specific editorial decisions rather than just mechanical copying of the text in front of them. The approach is recommended not just to scholars interested in manuscript culture but to those interested in the larger questions of literary history as well.

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