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G. Thomas Tanselle's Descriptive Bibliography — a monumental compilation of essays devoted to bibliographical theory and practice as they have evolved as a discipline since the 1960s — not only attests to Tanselle's vibrant career but is also an occasion to reflect on bibliography as a "way of thinking" about book history, material culture, the editing of fluid texts, and digital scholarship. In our profession, the field of descriptive bibliography has endured decades of begrudging tolerance asdoi:10.14434/tc.v14i2.33652 fatcat:j2r7fgrupbax5kbgpjfpteku7a