- Tapa blanda: 244 páginas
- Editor: BiblioBazaar (10 de febrero de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1103296035
- ISBN-13: 978-1103296033
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The Cleveland Era: A Chronicle of the New Order in Politics (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 10 feb 2009
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The transcriber tried to dress the book up by adding punctuation to the run-on sentences that form the prose of this book. Below is one example of about one hundred changes that the transcriber made to the original document:
This result the Senate fails to secure, because it keeps trying to invade executive authority and to seize the appointing power, instead of seeking to enforce executive responsibility.
This result, the Senate fails to secure because it keeps trying to invade executive authority, and to seize the appointing power instead of seeking to enforce executive responsibility.
Sometimes, the changes were so prolific (and pointless) that I began to recall an episode of Seinfeld -- the Sniffing Accountant -- where Elaine edited a book written by her old boyfriend Jake Jarmel. She added an army of exclamation points to his work because she “felt that the writing lacked certain emotion and intensity.”
My policy would be minimal intervention, especially with this series which was edited by a team assembled by Allen Johnson. Emendations would be listed at the end of the book.
There are about thirty transcriber typos in the text that I have submitted to Project Gutenberg to correct. Once they implement the changes, you can download a version of the book from PG that is more like the textbook edition of the series. The commas were too numerous to correct, and unfortunately, still remain at PG.