21 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2020
  2. Apr 2019
    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the third installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in June of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the second installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in May of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the first installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in April of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the ninth installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in December of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the eighth installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in November of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the seventh installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in October of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the sixth installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in September of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the fifth installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in August of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

    1. The majority of the annotations on this page draw from the following critical editions of The War of the Worlds, which will be cited and tagged according to the last name(s) of the editor(s) of that edition:

      DANAHAY: Martin A. Danahay. The War of the Worlds. Broadview Press, 2003.

      HUGHES AND GEDULD: David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld, eds. A Critical Edition of The War of the Worlds: H. G. Wells’s Scientific Romance, with Introduction and Notes by David Y. Hughes and Harry M. Geduld. Indiana UP, 1993.

      MCCONNELL: Frank McConnell, ed. The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Oxford UP, 1977.

      STOVER: Leon Stover. The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices. McFarland and Company, Inc, 2001.

      Madeline Gangnes has added additional annotations and resources, especially those that address materials related to Pearson's Magazine and adaptations of the text. They are cited with their source(s) (where applicable) and tagged as GANGNES.

    2. This page incorporates several elements. Its main body is a transcription of the text of the fourth installment of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds as it was published in Pearson's Magazine in July of 1897. This text was created by Madeline Gangnes by comparing the Project Gutenberg text with the digital facsimiles of Pearson's Magazine generously hosted by HathiTrust. Facsimile pages of the installment are interspersed throughout this page. Each image includes a detailed caption in order to facilitate text-to-speech accessibility. Textual markers that indicate the beginning and end of each page's text are incorporated for text-to-speech and to make clear which text corresponds to which page of the magazine.

  3. Sep 2018
    1. Ceci est une note de page. Elle peut inclure un lien vers une autre page, que celle-ci soit connectée ou non via Hypothes.is. Voyez dans l'URL le préfixe qui assure que l'on peut annoter celle-ci. Mais avec ce blogue on n'en a pas besoin car son auteur a déjà inclus un code permettant de l'annoter par défaut (à condition de s'être créée un compte hypothes.is).

  4. Mar 2018