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As to the hand of a reviser or revisers in the book, we see no difficulty in allowing for such.
These episodic passages also, Schcking supposes, may have been added by the same reviser who added the Return.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
The lively description of the journey and the suit of Eliezer is the work of the reviser of the two original texts.
Both the author of the Ephraimitic text and the reviser were well acquainted with the life and customs of Egypt.
The two narratives are interpolated each into the other, and the additions of the reviser are more prominent than elsewhere.
This narrative belongs, as it seems, to the second text, and is further amplified by the reviser.
The hand of the adapter, the interpolator and the reviser is unmistakably present.
The notes too, have, for the most part, been added by the reviser.
THE FABLES OF LA FONTAINEJEAN DE LA FONTAINE
Five years later we find him employed, like Shakespeare, as actor and reviser of old plays in the theater.
ENGLISH LITERATUREWILLIAM J. LONG
The teacher of reading and writing, and the reviser, were the first types of the philologist.

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