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University of Saskatchewan
ENG 204
Alison Muri

English 204 1 December 2nd 2011 TERMINOLOGY FROM THE WEDNESDAY LECTURE Witness: the earliest version of a text available, on which a new edition is ideally based. Watermark: a standardized mark on a page indicating where it was made. Variants: textual differences between versions of the same book that change the meaning of passages, in major or minor ways. Often emerged from "memorial contamination" (cases of the scribe, hearing a book read aloud, mishearing something) Collational Formula: a shorthand note of all the gatherings and individual leaves as they occur in the ideal copy of a book; every page is accounted for in the formula. Signature: a group of leaves printed together on one sheet of paper, which is then folded and bound with other signatures to form a sequence of pages. It's one way to create pages while being conservative on paper (folding one sheet rather than making each sheet its own page) THE INTERNET AGE / "LITTLE BROTHER" Rule #1 of the internet: we are all connected, but nobody is in charge. The internet is Orwellian in its reach (re
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