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An Unexpected Discovery

In my last post, Function over Form: understanding the TCP encoding philosophy, I provided insights into the markup behind TCP texts, and discussed the philosophy behind why certain textual elements are captured and some are not. This post is primarily concerned with the discovery of a potentially unique version of a poem, found in one of our […]

Using EEBO/TCP Texts for Lexicons of Early Modern English

This guest post was written by Ian Lancashire and Ruth Peidi Zhao, of the University of Toronto. We’re delighted that a number of TCP texts have been included in the LEME project, and welcome feedback and corrections from the editors, as well as from anyone working with our text files. If you would like to contribute […]

“Shakespeare’s Sisters” at the Folger Library—and in EEBO-TCP

This post refers to many works from the EEBO-TCP Phase I and Phase II collections. While anyone will be able to see the metadata and table of contents for these works, only users at EEBO-TCP partner institutions will be able to continue through to the full text.  Through May 20, 2012, the Folger Shakespeare Library is featuring a special […]