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Anne Toner provides an original account of the history of ellipsis marks - dots, dashes and asterisks - in English literary writing. Highlighting ever-renewing interest in these forms of non-completion in literature, Toner demonstrates how writers have striven to get closer to the hesitancies and interruptions of spoken language, the indeterminacies of thought, and the successive or fragmented nature of experience by means of these textual symbols. While such punctuation marks may seem routine today, this book describes their emergence in early modern drama and examines the relationship between authors, printers and grammarians in advancing or obstructing the standardisation of the marks. Their development is explored through close study of the works of major English writers, including Jonson, Shakespeare, Richardson, Sterne, Meredith and Woolf, along with visual illustrations of their usage. In particular, Toner traces the evolution of ellipsis marks in the novel, a form highly receptive to elliptical punctuation.

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Bibliography

In this bibliography, under ‘Primary Sources’, alongside literary works in print and manuscript which have yielded information about ellipses, I include grammars, guides to style, guides to punctuation and guides to printing which I cite or which have been especially revealing in tracing contexts for the development of ellipsis marks. ‘Secondary Sources’ are more broadly contextual. If in my chapters I explicitly refer to having examined a larger range of a particular author's works so as to estimate the significance of the ellipsis within his or her writing, I include in this bibliography all those works examined. Works by a single author are listed alphabetically by title, after which variant editions are listed chronologically.

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