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|End notes, footnoates, scholarly writings
Written by Maisy
(9/19/2005 9:03 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Oh My!, penned by MaryAnn K.
For example, near the end of chapter 3, Sir Walter states that "Mr. Wentworth [the cleric] was nobody, I remember; quite unconnected; nothing to do with the Strafford family." The footnote in my Norton edition explains that "Wentworth was the name of the Earls of Strafford" (p. 17).
But in my other editions, notes such as these are located at the very end of the book, which is rather inconvenient; Norton places them at the bottom of the page to which they correspond -- much better!
As for scholarly writings, there are several essays included in the Norton Critical edition. You can read more about these at the link below. (NCE's are available at bookstores as well as Amazon.)
|Persuasion NCE at W.W. Norton & Co.|
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