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Department
English
Course
ENG287H1
Professor
Adam Hammond
Semester
Fall

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October 24, 2012 TEI Encoding Tagging: A label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information. Metadata: A set of data that describes and gives information about other data (Assume literature is data) - Human readers are really good at tagging - Computers are not good at auto-tagging - We can use tags to help computers understand - You’re it - You’re it - the data is “you’re it” the metadata is Italics - Hamlet  telling the computer it’s a title - HTML tags are mostly for display; TEI tags aren’t There are only a few ways in TEI to structure To The Lighthouse There are a billion ways you could tag To The Lighthouse - We are only focused on quotation – specifically, on whether particular passages are o Direct Discourse o Indirect Discourse o Free Indirect Discourse - We will only be using one element - For every passage you tag, you need to indicate three things: o Whether it is spoken aloud or thought silently o Whether it is direct, indirect, or free indirect discourse o Who is speaking or thinking the passa
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