hey Bukfan,[...] First a book about cats and now one about love. I wonder .....
Thanks, Roni! I´m sure we could think of some more subjects besides those you mention (maybe one on poets and writing poetry?).hey Bukfan,
somewhere here our cirerita had already told about the whole theme-project...
first I simply thought of: "manuscript differs from the BSP-version", but there are also ecco books.only applies to the versions in the Black Sparrow collections
as you know, I'm always pleading for source-/date-notes/remarks and I'm super-uber-happy, that Abel included them, but you just gave the reason, why I also always insist having them as footnotes on the very pages of the texts:we finally have poem dates in the "sources" section in the back of the book. I find myself turning back to it all the time while reading
Not as much as footnotes would. ;) I don't think they belong in a book of poetry. They'd be on almost every page and I'd feel like I was reading a science book or something. I see your point, but I think those source notes appeal to about 1 in every 100 people who pick up the books.This way of constant flipping back and forth gets on my nerves. Doesn't it go on yours?
It's more than a wording issue, it's an issue with the way the database works.How about: "manuscript differs from the collected version edited by John Martin"?