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A Guide to Documentary Editing


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A Guide to Documentary Editing by Mary-Jo Kline
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Drawing on practical experience, this text details every step of the editing process as now practised in the electronic information age: planning a project; organizing materials; evaluating and transcribing texts; applying textual and editorial conventions; and preparing the edition for the publisher. It also examines alternative forms of documentary publication such as CD-ROMs, locally-available text bases and Internet sites. In addition, there is an updated survey of literature in areas such as document selection, annotation and non-verbal sources.

Author Biography

Mary-Jo Kline is curator, Special Collections, at the John Hay Library, Brown University.
Release date NZ
January 13th, 1998
Country of Publication
United States
second edition
Johns Hopkins University Press
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