Anyone who accesses the PDF or print copy of my book
may notice that some of the figures came out a little blurry. I have included the original image files below in case anyone would like to examine them closely. Publishing Scholarly Editions
Figure 1: ‘The March into Virginia’, in two of Melville’s post-publication copies of Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War (1866) (Houghton Library, Harvard *AC85 M4977 866b (A) and AC85 M4977 866b (C). Melville Electronic Library, https://melville.electroniclibrary.org/battle-pieces-corrected-first-edition-and-bound-proofs). Figure 2: Manuscript transcription from Billy Budd, ch. 3 (MEL, https://app.textlab.org/transcriptions/15517). Figure 3: Manuscript revision in chapter 7 (leaf 197) of Melville’s Billy Budd highlighting that Vere’s ‘lot was cast’ (MEL, https://melville.electroniclibrary.org/editions/versions-of-billy-budd/chapter-7). Figure 4: Joseph ben Shem Tov ben Yeshu’a Hai’s She’erit Yosef [Joseph’s Legacy] (1804). © British Library Board, British Library, Or 9782, Folio 14 r ( www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=or_9782_f014r). Figure 5: Visualisation of Melville’s marginalia in John Milton’s Poetical Works. Courtesy Melville’s Marginalia Online ( http://melvillesmarginalia.org/). Figure 6: Sample TEI XML markup of Rawson’s Preface to The Bow in the Cloud, in the TextLab editing tool. Figure 7: Diplomatic transcription of Rawson’s Preface to The Bow in the Cloud, in the TextLab editing tool. Figure 8: Dispersion graph of The Bow in the Cloud manuscript archive ( https://christopherohge.com/presenta tions/bic-network-static-vis.jpg). Figure 9: Rawson’s pencil revisions to Thomas Buxton’s ‘Compensation for the Slave’ prose extract in The Bow in the Cloud. John Rylands Library, English MS 415/146a ( www.digitalcollections.manchester.ac.uk/view/ MS-ENGLISH-00415-00146-A/3). (CC BY-NC 4.0) Figure 10: Ann Gilbert’s (‘Mrs. Gilbert’) unpublished illustration to ‘The Mother’ ( The Bow in the Cloud). John Rylands Library, English MS 415/152+ ( www.digitalcollections.manchester.ac.uk/view/MS-ENGLISH-00415- 00152-A/1). (CC BY-NC 4.0) Figure 11: The first stanza of Sarah J. Williams’s manuscript submission, ‘A Voice from the Land of Bondage’ ( The Bow in the Cloud, https://www.digitalcollections.manchester.ac.uk/view/MS-ENGLISH-00415-00127/1). John Rylands Library, English MS 415/127. (CC BY-NC 4.0). Figure 12: The third and fourth stanzas of Sarah J. Williams’s manuscript submission, ‘A Voice from the Land of Bondage’ ( The Bow in the Cloud, https://www.digitalcollections.manchester.ac.uk/view/MS-ENGLISH-00415-00127/1). John Rylands Library, English MS 415/127. (CC BY-NC 4.0). Figure 13: A network graph prototype of a selection of The Bow in the Cloud manuscripts rendered in Scalar. See https://christopherohge.com/education/bow-in-the-cloud/index. Figure 14: A tagged IIIF media page of the manuscript of ‘Sonnet. The African Mother’ in Scalar. See https://christopherohge.com/education/bow-in-the-cloud/sonnet-the-african-mother-a-fact-english-ms-4147.