Towards a digital model to edit the different paratextuality levels within a textual tradition

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In the textual tradition of a literary work, our sources (manuscripts, printed books etc.) commonly bear, together with the "main text", different kinds of "paratexts" commenting on it (including interlinear annotations, glosses, scholia, footnotes, modern scholarly introductions and commentaries, and many others). This article proposes a unified model for a document-based digital critical edition including both the main texts and the paratexts as they appear in different single sources. The problematic aspects of such an "enlarged" digital edition are discussed, including the relations between the different paratexts and the main text they refer to within each single textual source, as well as the "alignment" of different main texts and paratexts in different sources.
Lingua originaleEnglish
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Numero di pagine21
RivistaDIGITAL MEDIEVALIST
Volume4
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2008

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