- Fisher's great book has been reissued in a variorum edition.
- The numbers in parentheses are those assigned by Thomas H. Johnson, editor of The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, to the poems in the 1955 variorum edition.
- Malone's work verges, in fact, on the encyclopedic: in his variorum edition he anticipates the modern collaborative online encyclopedias.
- The necessary antithesis of the clean, facsimile page is therefore the riotous variorum page where perhaps only a single line of primary text remains.
- Though one does not usually think of scholarly variorums as narratives, they in fact are.
- I once noted the oddity that Hardy had two variorums and no concordance, while Hopkins had two concordances and no variorum.
Early 18th century: genitive plural of varius 'diverse', from Latin editio cum notis variorum 'edition with notes by various (commentators)'.
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