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Annotations in Scholarly Editions and Research
Robert Musil's literary estate provides a huge amount of material for research into a 'phenomenology of writing'. This article introduces an annotation system for the digital representation of the estate from the perspective of writing. The dynamic changes of the text become visible in three different scenarios, corresponding with three levels of the genetic representation of the text. A) The 'Minor (or Small-Scale) Writing Scene' on the microgenetic level, whose traces in the draft manuscriptdoi:10.1515/9783110689112-004 fatcat:c5jtxfyppjhw5gdvfxg6wz4uae