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   Re: TEI Sample (for Gutenberg)

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  • From: Walter Underwood <wunder@infoseek.com>
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 09:53:34 -0800

At 10:42 AM 3/8/00 -0500, David Megginson wrote:
>  [...], but the only really hairy part
>of TEI is the header, which requires at a minimum some kind of title
>statement, a publication statement for the e-text, and a description
>of the source.

Since Project Gutenberg requires a header anyway, that should be
mostly boilerplate.

Here a very short example that I've used in tutorials. -- wunder

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
     <title>The Purple Cow</title>
     <author>Frank Gelett Burgess</author>
     <p>Text entry by <name>Walter Underwood</name>(wunder@infoseek.com) on
      <date>1999-02-01</date>. This transcription is in the public domain.</p>
     <p>From the <title>The Lark</title>, San Fransicsco, <date>1896</date>.</p>
<div1 type="poem">
<head>The Purple Cow</head>
<l>I never saw a purple cow,</l>
<l>I never hope to see one;</l>
<l>But I can tell you, anyhow,</l>
<l>I'd rather see than be one.</l>

Walter R. Underwood
Senior Staff Engineer
Infoseek Software
GO Network, part of The Walt Disney Company
http://software.infoseek.com/cce/ (my product)

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