From: Jonathan Robie (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Oct 25 1997 - 16:10:17 EDT
At 02:13 PM 10/25/97 -0500, Edward Hobbs wrote:
>Beyond this, questions of bibliography, etc. are welcome.
OK, as a compulsive surfer, I feel compelled to offer some links!
Brown University has some really great links on this, and you can look at
the original manuscripts and draw your own conclusions:
Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts
Dating the Oldest New Testament Manuscripts
Textual Criticism and Manuscript Interpretation
Text-Types and Textual Kinship
Here is the TC home page, which also includes their archives:
TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism
The best part of their site, IMHO, is the collection of links:
TC Links: Other Sites Dealing with Textual Criticism
Here's some info on textual criticism as applied to the Wife of Bath's Tale:
The Canturbury Tales Project
Hope this helps!
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