SHORT BATCH DESIGNATION: BW ID #ACS0188 TITLE: Purity: A Middle English Poem ED. Robert J. Menner PUBLISHED: New Haven : Yale University Press, 1920 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS En-face? NO. Key and code the following pages: 1. Title page (front only; back is blank) = IMAGE 00000003.tif 2. Main text = pp.1-66 = IMAGES 00000065.tif-00000130.tif Structure <FRONT> contains only the title page. <BODY> contains the main text <DIV1>s Encode the numbered divisions (with heads) as <DIV1>s, using TYPE="section". For example: <DIV1 TYPE="section" N="1"> <HEAD>I. CHRIST'S PRAISE OF PURITY; THE WEDDING FEAST</HEAD> <LG> <L>Clannesse who so kyndly.... <DIV1 TYPE="section" N="2"> <HEAD>II. THE PUNISHMENT OF THE MAN IN FOUL CLOTHES</HEAD> <LG> <L>Now inmyddez .... <LG>s This edition uses long verse paragraphs marked by an indentation of the first line by about 2 spaces. Encode these as <LG>s. (NOTE: deeper indentation, of about 4 spaces, marks long lines that had to be broken to fit on the page, not stanza boundaries. Broken lines should always be encoded as single lines between a single pair of <L> tags) Milestones Folio references appear in brackets in the margins and look like this: [62b] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="62b"> [63a] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="63a"> [63b] = <MILESTONE UNIT="folio" N="63b"> Notes All of the notes are apparently footnotes, keyed to the line numbers of the verse. Place the note at the end of the line indicated, omitting the line number itself from the note, and adding the attribute PLACE="foot". As usual.