And this is the meaning of the clause which textual criticism has restored to us in this passage.
For textual criticism of Wordsworth and Shelley he has no superior.
You may not know it, Callaghan, but I'm something of an expert in textual criticism.
A few remarks will be added on the principles of textual criticism.
This, however, is a point of textual criticism, which leaves the general sense the same in any case.
In the school of liter humaniores, no one expects either pupil or tutor to go far into textual criticism, philology, or archology.
Take one illustration from the Old Testament and one from the New to show what lower or textual criticism does.
The textual criticism of minute scholarship is no doubt much, but it is not all.
It was Semler who induced him to turn his attention to the textual criticism of the New Testament.
The textual criticism of the Germans had, meanwhile, greatly advanced the interpretation of the poem.