Loanwords, Macrons, And Orientalism: Encoding An Eighteenth-Century Fictional Translation

First published on the Women Writers Project Blog in July 2016 Since late last fall, I’ve been encoding a text that poses some interesting markup challenges because of its use of Orientalist language: Scottish author Eliza Hamilton’s 1796 epistolary novel, Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah. While I was excited to encode Translation […]