- Author:Roger Parker,Arthur Groos
- Publisher:Cambridge University Press (September 12, 1991)
- Pages:111 pages
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13. Counterpoint: The Key of chi?
For the current issue, we gave carte blanche to authors who contributed in the first two years of publication to reflect on their past work, or on opera studies, or on the journal, either informally as an opinion piece or through new scholarship – and so to measure time by developments in the discipline itself.