A Guide to Documentary Editing
by Mary-Jo Kline, Susan Holbrook Perdue
Publisher: University of Virginia Press 2008
Number of pages: 352
In addition to exploring fully the increasingly central role electronic technology plays in the editing process, this edition provides the most current treatment of the craft's fundamental issues. These include locating and collecting sources, transcribing source texts, conventions of textual treatment, dealing with nontextual elements, and preparing editions for publishers.
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