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From: LNP6TTLD @ UK.AC.LEEDS.UCS.CMS1 4-NOV-1987 17:42 To: LOU Subj: Date: Wed, 4 Nov 87 17:35:47 GMT From: LNP6TTLD @ UK.AC.LEEDS.UCS.CMS1 To: lou @ UK.AC.OX.VAX <T Julius Caesar> <W William Shakespeare> <Z EDITION Arden Shakespeare> <Z LANG ENGLISH> <Z Stage directions have been > <Z enclosed with Z-references. > <A 1> <P 3> <S 1> <Z [Rome. A street.] > <Z [ Enter Flavius, MARULLUS, and certain Commoners over the stage.] > <Q Flav.>Hence! home, you idle creatures, get you home: Is this a holiday? What, know you not, Being mechanical, you ought not walk Upon a labouring day without the sign Of your profession? Speak, what trade art thou? <Q Carpenter.>Why, sir, a carpenter. <Q Mar.>Where is thy leather apron, and thy rule? What dost thou with thy best apparel on? You, sir, what trade are you? <P 4> <L 10> <Q Cob.>Truly, sir, in respect of a fine workman, I am but, as you would say, a cobbler. <Q Mar.>But what trade art thou? Answer me directly. <Q Cob.>A . . .
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From: LNP6TTLD @ UK.AC.LEEDS.UCS.CMS1 4-NOV-1987 17:42 To: LOU Subj: Date: Wed, 4 Nov 87 17:36:19 GMT From: LNP6TTLD @ UK.AC.LEEDS.UCS.CMS1 To: lou @ UK.AC.OX.VAX T.T.L.DAVIDSON -- OCTOBER 13TH 1986 =================================== When using file JULIUS OCPTEXT note following about references : << .. > error in record 1419 (OCP will report) <Act1> near beginning. Should be <A..> etc. Mixture of roman and arabic numerals in act and scene references. <Q ..> references to characters <P ..> references to page numbers of edition chosen as base-text <L ..> references take account of split lines, hence reset explicitly at various points. No continuation character found. <Z ..> used to surround stage directions. Treat as comment markers if processing words in stage directions. A 'clean' version is under preparation and will appear as JULIUSX OCPTEXT in due course. In addition the numbers of [ and ] brackets do not match up. The reason for this . . .