[bksvol-discuss] Re: Help with a validation

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 11:21:04 -0800 (PST)

Hi, Debra,

I don't understand the pages amissed thing. If you
don't hear from the submitter, and if my library had
the book (the 1962 edition you said?) I could provide
the pages, but I don't understand why the scanned
pages and the book pages are different, unless, of
course, the scanned edition is different from the one
you're using to compare while validating.

But as for the apostrophe instead of double-quotes, it
seems to be an English thing. I've had two books in
which the use of single quotes and double quotes have
been reveresed from what they are in the United
States. I've left them as they are and put a note in
the long synopsis that that's the situation.


--- Debra Hernstrom <dhh@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello,
> Ive just about finished validating  Decline and Fall
> by Evelyn Waugh.  I
> have a few concerns.
> Something seems to be amiss with two pages:
> Scanned page: 35; print page 58 or so
> Scanned page 89; print page 91-92 or so
> I think the two-page scanning crunched a few things.
>  Can I get these pages
> from the submitter, please.
> On the validation history of this book there was an
> issue with the
> copyright date, 1962, which seems to be settled, so
> I can use it?  Maybe
> Marissa could chime in here?
> And I want to just say in my comments that the
> apostrophe is spoken for
> quotation marks.  Can I do this?
> Thnks for the help.
> Debra Hernstrom

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