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Physical markup

<book>
 <gathering>
 <forme>
 <page>
 <column>
 [<line> ... </line>]*
</column>
 </page>
 </forme>
 </gathering>
 </book>

Speech prefixes

<SP norm="First Lord">1. <I>Lord E.</I></SP> He can come no other way but by this hedge
 * * * * * * * <SP norm="First Lord"><I>Lor. </I>E.</SP> Art not acquainted with him? knowes he not


* The line entity is problematic in Early Modern texts because of such compositorial elements as hung words, where a conceptual line is broken into two parts; a hung word can also be part of a marginal stage direction. Other kinds of marginalia also call for complicated workarounds. [Back]

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