Provides contexts for understanding consequences and principles for creating virtual representations of literary documents. The contexts are the history of scholarly editing, the methods and goals of archives, the limitations of digital transformations of material texts, and the relations between images and transcriptions in digital forms. Scholarly standards for textual work are used to indict most scan-and-post projects.
Shillingsburg, Peter, "Literary Documents, Texts, and Works Represented Digitally" (2013). Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities Publications. 3.
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