>>> On 30.05.2007 at 10:56, in message
<[log in to unmask]>, Lou
Burnard <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Ralph Cleminson wrote:
> S. Demkova, "Iz komentarija k tekstu 'Slova o polku Igoreve': 'sego
> bo nyne stasha stjazi Rjurikovy, a druzii -- Davydovy'", Trudy
> drevnerusskoj literatury 55 (2004), pp.162-172, in which the second
> phrase within single inverted commas is a quotation from the text
> is the subject of the article?
> But it is part of the title of the article, I believe? And <title>
> contain <q> or <quote>.
Right. So there's no problem so long as the encoder tags the elements
within <bibl>. In principle one doesn't have to ("contains a
loosely-structured bibliographic citation of which the sub-components
may or may not be explicitly tagged"), but since the contents of <q> are
themselves a tagged sub-component, it is not an unreasonable requirement
that it should appear within another. Like others, I can't imagine a
situation in which a quotation would occur otherwise than as part of
something already provided for within <bibl>, so unless someone can come
up with an example where this does happen, it seems we're okay.