To probe one case of free-ranging textual circulation, and to address issues associated with producers' rights to textual ownership and authorial credit, Robbins examines the Americanized versions of British writer Anna Barbauld's Lessons for children. Robin states that examining multiple specific cases of distributed authorship, and linking them to contemporary textual ownership issues, may well lead to nuanced extensions of the basic framework for understanding intellectual property that pioneers in the field have already formulated.
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Robbins, Sarah. "Distributed Authorship: A Feminist Case-Study Framework for Studying Intellectual Property." College English 66.2 (2003): 155-71. Print.