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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg DTD 2
    name s of the author s See the official documentation for the semantics of the other elements titleStmt Example Here is a titleStmt from one of Zane Grey s novels titleStmt title The Riders of the Purple Sage title author Zane Grey author titleStmt publicationStmt Content The publicationStmt element groups information concerning the publication or distribution of an electronic or other text The only obligatory element content is a minimum p element and or an element from the following group publisher distributor authority pubPlace address idno availability date See element declaration below Here is the relevant publicationStmt element declaration ELEMENT publicationStmt p index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor publisher distributor authority pubPlace address idno availability date index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor The publicationStmt element would most likely contain information about the publication of the text For example an Etext may have information about the original publisher and who scanned and marked up the text for Project Gutenberg The Gutenberg Blurb will most likely go in a publicationStmt element sourceDesc Content The sourceDesc usually supplies a bibliographic description of the copy text s from which an electronic text was derived or generated However this is often not available in Project Gutenberg Etexts as they are can be derived from several sources The sourceDesc element Must contain one of the following elements p bibl biblFull listBibl The other elements are optional Here is the relevant sourceDesc element declaration ELEMENT sourceDesc index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor p bibl biblFull listBibl index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor sourceDesc Example Here is a typical sourceDesc from a Gutenberg Etext sourceDesc p From a Gutenberg Etext Riders of the Purple Sage by Zane Grey Etext prepared by Bill Brewer billbrewer ttu edu Markup by Frank Boumphrey

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 3
    reproduced from teidtds1 html is a reminder of this structure The group and body elements of TEI The above figure is also a reminder that the text element must take at a minimum one group OR one body element and these can be recursive via another text element in the case of the body element The following are the element declarations for the text and the group elements We have embolded then recursive parts of the declarations ELEMENT text index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor front index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor body group index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor back index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor ELEMENT group argument byline docAuthor docDate epigraph head opener salute signed index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor text group text group index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor byline closer epigraph salute signed trailer index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor The text element The following illustration shows more of the granularity of the text element It can take other major divisions of a front and a back element as well as the body element as well as numerous other elements

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 4fr
    of how the front element can be used First a relatively simple example from the title page of a book front titlePage docTitle titlePart RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE titlePart docTitle docAuthor ZANE GREY docAuthor titlePage front Here is an example of using the front element with just a head element In this example the front element is used in a part of a book See the markup of Tess of the d Urbervilles front head Phase the Second Maiden No More head front The following example from the same source shows a more complex title page If required an attribute could be used to further define the titlePart div and list elements front titlePage docTitle titlePart Tess of the d Urbervilles titlePart docTitle titlePart A Pure Woman titlePart titlePart Faithfully Presented By titlePart docAuthor Thomas Hardy docAuthor titlePage div type toc list head Contents head item Phase the First The Maiden I XI item item Phase the Seventh Fulfillment LIII LIX item list div front This markup is also an example of how TEI makes use of generic elements The back element The back element containts all the back matter of a text element or of a group element In many cases this will be the back matter of a book including appendices colphones glosaries bibliographies etc The element declaration for the back element appears below Again as can be seen it contains a hugh number of elements ELEMENT back divGen titlePage index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor argument byline docAuthor docDate epigraph head opener salute signed argument byline docAuthor docDate epigraph head opener salute signed titlePage index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor div div divGen titlePage index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor div1 div1 divGen titlePage index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor Example of back element use The following simple example is taken from the TEI markup of Tess of the d Urbervilles back div type partend p END OF PHASE THE FIRST p div back The semantic meaning of the elements used on this page is given in the table below Many of the other elements have an obvious meaning You are directed to the official documentation for the semantics of the other elements Element Semantics Notes titlePage A title page contains the title page of a text appearing within the front or back matter titlePart A title part contains a subsection or division of the title of a work as indicated on a title page also used for free floating fragments of the title page not part of the document title authorship attribution etc docAuthor The Author responsible for the intellectual content Contains the name of the author of the document as given on the title page docTitle A title page Contains the title of a document including all its constituents as given on a title page Must be divided into titlePart elements p A paragraph As with most book DTD s the paragraph element is the workhorse

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 4
    as a chapter title heading although legal is frowned upon by TEI purists The officil documentation suggests that the title element should be used as follows contains the title of a work whether article book journal or series including any alternative titles or subtitles Many of the other elements have an obvious meaning The following table shows some of the more commonly used elements You are directed to the official documentation for the semantics of the other elements Element Semantics Notes p A paragraph As with most book DTD s the paragraph element is the workhorse of the DTD head A header In TEI this element is used where some kind of heading is required It is often used for a title of some kind The head element is used as content of numerous other elements For better or worse it is often used to delimit the headings of a poem or chapter the various subsections such as the title or a chapter number The different types of content can be defined by a type attribute trailer A block of markup found at the end of a division This is the counterpart to the head element epigraph An epigraph This element contains a quotation anonymous or attributed appearing at the start of a section or chapter or on a title page argument Often used to describe a chapter summary The argument element must contain a head element This is followed by numerous other elements such as p q l lg and cit elements div A division or section This is the major divisioning or sectioning element of the DTD It is recursive and ccan contain numerous copies of itself Different types of division are differentiated by an attribute usually the type attribute div0 div7 Non recursive divisions or sections Unlike

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 5
    generated text is to be inserted div sections are usually further defined using the type attribute although the universal n attribute may also be used ELEMENT div argument byline docAuthor docDate epigraph head opener salute signed index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor div divGen index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb gap anchor eg bibl biblFull l lg p sp cit q label list listBibl note stage index interp

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 6
    recursive and must contain the next div element in the heirarchy or one of the other structural elements A simplified version appears in the figure below All divs must have a div a divGen or other approved element as content not shown in diagram div sections are usually defined using the type attribute ELEMENT div0 argument byline docAuthor docDate epigraph head opener salute signed index interp interpGrp lb milestone pb

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 7
    setting delivery etc Example Here is what a few lines from A Mid summers Night Dream might look like marked up in TEI stage type enterance Enter HELENA stage sp speaker who Hermia HERMIA speaker l God speed fair Helena whither away l sp sp speaker who Helena HELENA speaker l Call you me fair that fair again unsay l l Demetrius loves your fair O happy fair l l Your eyes are lode stars and your tongue s sweet air l l More tuneable than lark to shepherd s ear l l When wheat is green when hawthorn buds appear l l Sickness is catching O were favour so l l Yours would I catch fair Hermia ere I go l l My ear should catch your voice my eye your eye l l My tongue should catch your tongue s sweet melody l l Were the world mine Demetrius being bated l l The rest I d give to be to you translated l l O teach me how you look and with what art l l You sway the motion of Demetrius heart l sp sp speaker who Hermia HERMIA speaker l I frown upon him yet he loves me still l sp sp speaker who Helena HELENA speaker l O that your frowns would teach my smiles such skill l sp sp speaker who Hermia HERMIA speaker l I give him curses yet he gives me love l sp sp speaker who Helena HELENA speaker l O that my prayers could such affection move l sp sp speaker who Hermia HERMIA speaker l The more I hate the more he follows me l sp sp speaker who Helena HELENA speaker l The more I love the more he hateth me l sp sp speaker who Hermia

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  • The HTML Writers Guild Project Gutenberg TEI DTD 9
    placed as content of the text element text book content here text Although TEI allows the text element to contain a whole plethora of elements we for the most part will just be using the front and the body elements with the occasional use of other elements The front matter The front matter of this book is rather sparse It just consists of a title page text front titlePage docTitle

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