[COMPLETE] John Donne's Satires - availle

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chymocles
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Post by chymocles » February 1st, 2020, 9:33 am


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Post by linny » February 1st, 2020, 1:51 pm

Tom,
I'm sorry I sited articulation. I'll try and listen harder for you.

Sections 1-4 are spot check PL OK. Nicely edited.

I'm not hearing the corrections for section 7.
linny wrote:
February 1st, 2020, 8:29 am
Metempsychosis
11:16 (XIII) word change - Just in that instant when the serpents gripe,
Broke the flight veines, and tender conduit-pipe,
I hear slight

22:00 (XXXI) repeat (second one starts with a word change) - Or seas from Africks body had severed
And torne the hopefull Promontories head,

Please add project ending. "End of John Donne's Satires"

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Post by linny » February 1st, 2020, 2:01 pm

Satire 5
2:11 (30) word change - You Sir, whose righteousfnes she loves, whom I
By having leave to serve, am most richly
For service paid, authoriz'd, now beginne
To know and weed out this enormous sinne.
I hear serves.

I am really enjoying this project. It is a joy to listen to you. :9:
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Post by chymocles » February 1st, 2020, 3:26 pm

There's light at the end of the tunnel.

Some scattered remarks:
I'm sorry I sited articulation. I'll try and listen harder for you.
On the contrary, I will work on articulating more accurately. There is a reader for Recorded Books, named Scott Bricker, whom I avoid in spite of his intelligent understanding of what he reads and his subtle changes of tone—all because he will say things like "We heard a raddling in the saddelite's walls and feared it was being scuddled." He needs a proof-listener.
Metempsychosis
11:16 (XIII) word change - Just in that instant when the serpents gripe,
Broke the flight veines, and tender conduit-pipe,
I hear slight
Actually, the "f" is a frequent scanning error, which I report to Gutenberg regularly. It occurs usually when there is a "long 's'"—formed like an "f" except that the stem twists to the left rather than to the right. (Our own "s" is used at the end of any word, as you can see in the manuscript of the Constitution: "In Congress," where there is a long "s" followed by such an "s" as we now use universally.) The long "s" also occurs in a passage you quoted, and it too was scanned as an "f": “Satyre V,” l. 31: “righteousfnes” for “righteousness.”

I think I've corrected the other errors in #5 and #7.

I'll get to work on uploading them in the next half hour, and I should be able to get #6 up before the day is out. And thank you for your kind words and patient attention. I like collaborating with you too.

Tom

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Post by chymocles » February 1st, 2020, 4:12 pm


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Post by linny » February 1st, 2020, 4:35 pm

Tom,
Thank you for explaining about the f/s. That is interesting and helpful. I'll certainly remember that for the future.

Sections 5 and 7 are spot check PL OK. For future PLers, when you post a revision, please toggle the status to "Ready for spot check".

Section 6 is PL OK. Since this was listed by the title and not headed "satire 6" did you want to change the section heading to the title?

It has been a true pleasure to assist you on this project. Congratulations on your solo and thank you for your contribution. :clap:

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Post by chymocles » February 2nd, 2020, 11:04 am

Sections 5 and 7 are spot check PL OK. For future PLers, when you post a revision, please toggle the status to "Ready for spot check".
Will Do.
Section 6 is PL OK. Since this was listed by the title and not headed "satire 6" did you want to change the section heading to the title?
Thanks. I did it.

Good work, Linny: eagle-eyed and affirming.

Now, Ava, I'll upload the cover to you:
Au revoir,

Tom

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Post by Availle » February 2nd, 2020, 4:35 pm

Great! I'll be out all day but will catalog this in the evening. :D
Cheers,
Ava.

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Post by Availle » February 4th, 2020, 7:56 pm

Congratulations Tom to another completed solo! Looking forward to the next one! :wink:


This project is now complete. All files can be downloaded from the catalog page:
https://librivox.org/satires-by-john-donne/
Cheers,
Ava.

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