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More Errors in ETC Riverside Shakespeare
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 1, No. 128. Thursday, 29 Nov 1990.
 
Date:         Thu, 29 Nov 90 16:44:05 EST
From:         Ken Steele <
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Subject:      More Errors in the ETC Riverside Shakespeare
 
 
As many of you may already know, the file RIVERSID ERRORS on the
SHAKSPER Fileserver contains a listing of errors I have found in
the Electronic Text Corporation WordCruncher Riverside Shakespeare.
This is the first addendum to the file, consisting of eight cases
of mistaken punctuation: in every case, two commas have been
substituted for quotation marks.  (And in one case, the speech
prefix has been truly garbled as a result).
 
I ask you all once more to report any errors you may find in the
Riverside Shakespeare text, so that they can be added to the
RIVERSID ERRORS file on the SHAKSPER Fileserver.  Naturally,
any errors found in that list should also be reported to me.
 
                                            Ken Steele
                                            University of Toronto
 
 
|L43 <tellus,"> I trust you not, <"Hic steterat Priami,',> take
    (Taming of The Shrew 3.1:43)
 
|L343   <Speed.  "Item,> She is curst.,,
    (Two Gentlemen of Ver 3.1:343)
 
           [Note that here, even the speech prefix identification
            has been garbled.]
 
|L21 cur is that?" says another.  "Whip him out,', says
    (Two Gentlemen of Ver 4.4:21)
 
|L20 And world's exile is death; then "banished,,
    (Romeo and Juliet 3.3:20)
 
|L19 "Call me not fool till heaven hath sent me fortune.,,
    (As You Like It 2.7:19)
 
|L113 "In her excellent white bosom, these, etc.,,
    (Hamlet 2.2:113)
 
|L97              For such a guest is meet.,,
                                <[Throws up another skull.]>
    (Hamlet 5.1:97)
 
|L162 hair is my father, and all the rest are his sons.,,
    (Troilus & Cressida 1.2:162)
 

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