By R. Terry
Contributing to the expansion in plagiarism reviews, this well timed new book highlights the effect of the allegation of plagiarism on the operating lives of a few of the foremost writers of the interval, and considers plagiarism in terms of the emergence of literary copyright and the cultured of originality.
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No previous author had employed such an expression to refer to his writings, and the neologism was quickly seized on as a symptom of Jonson’s colossal self-assurance. ’ The parenthesis here is critically constitutive of the term’s meaning. ‘Works’ were literary productions seen specifically as having been realized through the agency of an author. Jonson’s Workes were accordingly the enshrinement in textual form of his literary ‘acts’ or ‘deeds’ (see OED 1). Jonson may be the earliest English author to publicly declare his ownership of the corpus of his own writings, the first, that is, to exemplify the principle of proprietary authorship.
6 Langbaine, in spite of being a son of the notable scholar Gerard Langbaine the elder, Provost of Queen’s College Oxford, spent a rather reckless and unpromising youth. However, in the early 1680s he began to cultivate an interest in dramatic poetry, which eventually resulted in his publication of a catalogue of plays under the title of Momus Triumphans (1687) and a collection of biographies of dramatic poets entitled An Account of the English Dramatick Poets (1691). Chiefly remembered now as the scourge of Dryden, Langbaine made a name for himself in his own time as a fine scholar, but also as a rather venomous pedant, who discomfited his enemies by levelling plagiarism allegations at them.
Jonson’s Workes were accordingly the enshrinement in textual form of his literary ‘acts’ or ‘deeds’ (see OED 1). Jonson may be the earliest English author to publicly declare his ownership of the corpus of his own writings, the first, that is, to exemplify the principle of proprietary authorship. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-13 2 to an indissoluble association with his own writings rests on his agency and labour: his Workes comprise the fruits of his toil.
The Plagiarism Allegation in English Literature from Butler to Sterne by R. Terry