We are very proud to announce our first public CLiGS text release on github, just in time for being a New Year release.
The “textbox” of our CLiGS-repository contains the following four collections of literary texts from Spain, France and Latin America, which are now online at your disposal:
- Corpus of 19th Century Spanish-American Novels, edited by Ulrike Henny: 24 novels
- Corpus of Spanish Novel from 1880-1940, edited by José Calvo Tello: 24 novels
- Nouvelles françaises du dix-neuvième siècle, edited by Stefanie Popp: 28 novellas
- Romans français du dix-neuvième siècle, edited by Christof Schöch and Stefanie Popp: 36 novels.
The novels and novellas have been encoded according to the Guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative. Matadata tables and short descriptions of each collection (readme.md) are available as well.
You want to experiment with some new tools on Spanish or French texts? Or you are simply curious about our TEI-encoding? So don’t hesitate and check it out on github and zenodo . Praise, suggestions for improvement and (good :-)) reviews are always welcome!
One example of our TEI-encoding by José Calvo Tello.