Tanya Clement, Gaby Divay, "The Firstling/Erstling/He Complex" by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven

First line: " "The Firstling/Erstling/He Complex" is an open-source, scholarly edition and a collaborative attempt to represent and access the genesis of a poetic event." My notes following. Dicono di aver usato un unico file XML con markup "app/rdg" con attributo "wit". "[W]e are using location-referenced and parallel segmentation methods described in the TEI P5". E usano anche la Versioning Machine. "Changes over time mean changes that quite often do not fit neatly in line-by-line comparisons, such as changes that cross line boundaries and elude the traditionally hierarchical structures required by other TEI-element sets". Forse intendono che per queste varianti usano location-referenced markup. "[W]e use images and mouse-over boxes to indicate points in the text that rely on non-linear space to make meaning". Theoretical frame: <>. In nota: Jerome J. McGann, The Textual Condition (Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1991), 21.

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