The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.0136 Tuesday, 26 January 1999.
Date: Monday, 25 Jan 1999 10:23:12 GMT
Subject: 10.0123 Re: Moth, mote, mought, moat
Comment: Re: SHK 10.0123 Re: Moth, mote, mought, moat
A line went astray in my message of 22 January. The sentences in
question should read:
As far as I am aware the Old-Spelling Oxford Shakespeare always retains
copy-text "moth". When it is modernized to "mote" in the
Modern-Spelling edition, the change is just that, a modernization, as
with "wracke" to "wreck".