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In particular, I refer here to “The Textual Event”, a chapter in Joseph Grigely’s Textualterity—Art, Theory, and Textual Criticism in which he writes about the boundaries of a text, textual instability, and the text as a site of instability: “There is no correct text, no final text, no original text, but only texts that are different, drifting in their like differences” (Grigely 1995, 119).