The point is what the curly bracket actually represent. From your
example I can say that it means that the text written on the right of
the bracket refer to each of the items listed on the left of the
bracket. In a project I was involved it was important to consider the
semantic of the bracket on not only the actual graphic representation
of it, by implying that the 'bracketed content' was sort of repeated.
See, for instance
Here is the way we have encoded it (P4):
<title>Cah. 21, 1ère</title>
les Motifs favoris de l’Opéra :
Robert le Diable de
Where the text on the right of the curly is implicitly repeated for
each of the entries on the right.
Hope it helps!
On 23 Aug 2010, at 15:19, Gábor Tóth wrote:
> Dear All,
> Could you please give me any suggestions how to indicate this "curly
> bracket" ( http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/FHlVUUSAER5Z7-9ZlXMX7w?feat=directlink)
> in a TEI transcription of an MS?
Dr Elena Pierazzo
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
King's College London
26-29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL
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