Tim Finney wrote:
> I have just been looking at chapter 15 of the guidelines. The recent
> discussion of spaces makes me think that we need a new tag for what goes
> between words. (<d> for divider?) <c> won't do--it is a character, and
> can go inside a word just as easily as outside.
> "Things that go between words" include:
> * spaces
> * punctuation
> * paraphernalia such as scribal symbols, doodles and embellishments.
> I don't think that line, column and page breaks belong in this
> class--they can happen between syllables.
I won't debate the case of spaces and punctuation (there are much more able
people than I), but surely paraphernalia such as doodles and embellishments are
<add> of some type? (Or <figure>, etc.)
Dr James Cummings, Oxford Text Archive, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk