O’Brien is an unflagging reviser.
Reviser of Politics Among Nations (original by Hans J.
Veronese was a “first-draft”, speedy painter, rarely making mistakes or alterations (Titian, by contrast, was a ponderous reviser).
Lowell had been a chronic, sometimes hectic reviser of his work, publishing multiple versions of many poems.
Richardson was an indefatigable reviser of his own work, and the various editions of his novels differ greatly.
Thābit ibn Qurrah (836–901), a Sabian from Ḥarrān in northern Mesopotamia, was an important translator and reviser of these Greek works.
He began as a reviser of books in the imperial library and subsequently served in three posts outside the capital of Kaifeng, in Henan province.
In particular, the work of a talented reviser, known as the Wakefield Master, is easily recognizable for its brilliant handling of metre, language, and rhyme, and for its wit and satire.
Having served a long apprenticeship as a reviser of Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, Abraham Rees at last produced a completely original and finely illustrated work, The New Cyclopaedia (1802–20), the only serious rival to the Britannica in a generation that saw some dozen “new” encyclopaedias rise and fall.
- someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication
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