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I suspect that Google will actually have to go the site route and take properly formatted text from Gutenberg for these popular free classics. Silly, very silly. My comments back then were dismissed with a good deal of sniffle on the Read list or generally passed over. Glad to see that the issue is still being addressed and by people like JE.
It was very good. There has been a great deal of commentary on this topic.
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What finally motivated me to write about this was the realization that the sloppiness of the Google program was affecting that small part of our culture with constituencies in both research universities and the popular marketplace. This did not have to happen. By Joseph Esposito Interesting and odd that they chose these versions with errors rather than the very high quality versions available at Feedbooks or Project Gutenberg especially for popular works.
The real problem is that no one can edit and fix these errors easily.
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However, unlike PG, it has the advantage in most cases of clear or at least clearer provenance: that is, where the text is coming from the specific edition, and physical book can be inferred from the page images, even if the metadata as it stands is in rough shape. If I download Great Expectations to take an example at random , which ending am I getting?
The ability for readers to fix errors in GBooks would, indeed, a boon. Second, most of the books at PG have come through Distributed Proofreaders, which keeps the original page scans available, as a downloadable package. Detailed bibliographical information, though, is not available for most PG books at least via PG.
The larger issue is that establishing the best texts requires quite a bit of work. I admire PG enormously; they were working on improving access to the public domain long before Google was an even a glimmer.
But there model is bibliographically naive. These issues may seem irrelevant for many readers—only of concern to scholars. And indeed, this is often the case. I do think, however, that greater attention to bibliographical specificity would be a boon to readers.
The texts being generated now and which have been generated over the last decade and more by PG will be recycled and repurposed in years ahead, in new formats. It makes sense to try to get it as right as possible now. Since I am mainly interested in early modern prints, the OCR version is worthless for me screenshots on the blog that is linked. A preview giving you the whole thing is more than just a preview, right?
However I suspect the problem was — as you rightly point out — in the scanning process: if an epub version is created from the original e-file then the problems are hopefully few. By pippa smart Mar 15, , AM I hate to say this, but all of these glitches you are going to find in some books also as originally published!
It never has yet, at least. Typos show up in print books too. All four parts of the popular tale including: Somerset Maugham.
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Book Description HTML The beautiful and intelligent Emma Wodehouse enjoys meddling in other people's love lives, but she can't seem to find a love of her own. Reader Reviews.
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By Joseph Esposito Interesting and odd that they chose these versions with errors rather than the very high quality versions available at Feedbooks or Project Gutenberg especially for popular works. The Great Gatsby F. A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens.