Pierre Corneille - E-text


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E-text - "Just Plain Text"
... In some communities, "E-text" is used much more narrowly, to refer to electronic documents that are, so to speak, "just plain ASCII." By this is meant not only that the document is a plain text file, but that it ... Third, "E-texts" in this narrow sense have no principled or reliable way to distinguish "the text" from other things that occur in a work ... Fourth, and a perhaps surprisingly important issues, the narrow sense of "E-text" affords no way to represent information about the work ...