More Odd Texts: A Theory of Parallel Texts.
A brief section (pp. 7-8) concerns A. V. C. Schmidt’s 1995 parallel-text edition of PPl, which is deemed successful in its intention to provide L specialists with a compact and solid base for exploration. More than anything else, Schmidt’s inclusion of the Z text is its major theoretical and controversial statement; this inclusion disrupts the traditional view of PPl as comprising three authorial traditions, and provides new evidence of the range and variation in the representation of textual transmission that the parallel-text format can attain.
Text 17 (2005), 1-33.