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作者 Oxford University Press, Oxford University
書名 New Hart's Rules : The Oxford Style Guide
出版項 Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014
©2014
國際標準書號 9780191649134 (electronic bk.)
9780199570027
book jacket
版本 2nd ed
說明 1 online resource (481 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
附註 Cover -- New Hart's Rules -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Editorial team -- Chapter 1. The parts of a book -- 1.1 General principles -- 1.2 Preliminary matter -- 1.2.1 Constituents -- 1.2.2 Half-title -- 1.2.3 Half-title verso -- 1.2.4 Frontispiece -- 1.2.5 Title page -- 1.2.6 Title page verso -- Publisher's imprint -- Date of publication -- Publishing history -- Copyright line -- Copyright notice(s) -- Assertion of moral rights -- Cataloguing in publication (CIP) data -- Performing rights agencies -- Printer's name and location -- Other information -- 1.2.7 Dedication -- 1.2.8 Foreword -- 1.2.9 Preface -- 1.2.10 Acknowledgements -- 1.2.11 Contents -- 1.2.12 Lists of illustrations, figures, and maps -- Tables of cases and legislation -- 1.2.13 List of tables -- 1.2.14 List of abbreviations -- 1.2.15 List of contributors -- 1.2.16 Epigraph -- 1.2.17 Other sections -- 1.3 Text -- 1.3.1 Volumes -- 1.3.2 The introduction -- 1.3.3 Parts -- 1.3.4 Chapters -- 1.3.5 Sections and subsections -- 1.3.6 Paragraphs -- 1.3.7 Conclusion, epilogue, afterword -- 1.4 End matter -- 1.4.1 Appendix -- 1.4.2 Glossary -- 1.4.3 Endnotes -- 1.4.4 Bibliography -- 1.4.5 Index -- 1.5 Folios and running heads -- 1.5.1 Introduction -- 1.5.2 Folio -- 1.5.3 Running heads -- 1.6 Errata slips -- 1.7 Paper and book sizes -- 1.7.1 Paper sizes -- 1.7.2 Book sizes -- 1.8 Even workings -- Chapter 2. Preparing copy -- 2.1 Definitions -- 2.1.1 Introduction -- Production workflow -- 2.1.2 Copy-editing -- On-screen (online) editing -- Web editing -- Proof-editing -- 2.1.3 Design -- 2.1.4 Typesetting -- 2.1.5 Proofreading -- 2.2 Making changes to copy -- 2.3 Editorial style and house style -- 2.3.1 Editorial style and decision-making -- 2.3.2 House style -- Print versus Web style -- 2.3.3 Editorial style sheets -- 2.4 Marking proofs -- Markup with proofreading symbols
Markup with instructions -- 2.5 Technical issues for the copy-editor and proofreader -- A note about Unicode -- 2.5.1 Spacing -- Vertical spacing -- Justification -- Horizontal spacing -- 2.5.2 General principles for typeset matter -- Short lines -- Line endings -- Page depth -- Vertical spacing -- Centred material -- Chapter 3. Spelling and hyphenation -- 3.1 Spelling -- 3.1.1 General principles -- 3.1.2 British and US spelling -- 3.1.3 Verbs ending in -ise or -ize -- 3.1.4 -ie- and -ei- -- 3.1.5 -able and -ible -- 3.1.6 Nouns ending in -ment -- 3.1.7 Nouns ending in -logue -- 3.1.8 -ce and -se endings -- 3.1.9 -ae- in the middle of words -- 3.2 Inflection -- 3.2.1 Verbs -- 3.2.2 Plurals of nouns -- Compound nouns -- Plurals of animal names -- Foreign plurals -- 3.2.3 Adjectives -- 3.2.4 Adverbs -- 3.3 Hyphenation -- 3.3.1 General principles -- 3.3.2 Soft and hard hyphens -- 3.3.3 Compound words -- Capitalizing hyphenated compounds -- 3.3.4 Prefixes and combining forms -- 3.3.5 Suffixes -- 3.3.6 Numbers -- 3.3.7 Compass points -- 3.3.8 Other uses -- 3.4 Word division -- 3.4.1 General principles -- 3.4.2 Principles of word division -- 3.4.3 Special rules -- Chapter 4. Punctuation -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Apostrophe -- 4.2.1 Possession -- 4.2.2 Plurals -- 4.2.3 Contraction -- 4.3 Comma -- 4.3.1 Restrictive and non-restrictive uses -- 4.3.2 Comma splice -- 4.3.3 After an introductory clause or adverb -- 4.3.4 Commas separating adjectives -- 4.3.5 Serial comma -- 4.3.6 Figures -- 4.3.7 Use in letters -- 4.3.8 Other uses -- 4.4 Semicolon -- 4.5 Colon -- 4.6 Full point -- 4.7 Ellipses -- 4.8 Question mark -- 4.8.1 Typical uses -- 4.8.2 Use to express uncertainty -- 4.9 Exclamation mark -- 4.10 Hyphen -- 4.11 Dashes -- 4.11.1 En rule -- 4.11.2 Em rule -- 4.12 Brackets -- 4.12.1 Parentheses -- 4.12.2 Square brackets -- 4.12.3 Braces
4.12.4 Angle brackets -- 4.12.5 Punctuation with brackets -- 4.12.6 Nested brackets -- 4.13 Solidi and verticals -- 4.13.1 Solidus -- 4.13.2 Vertical -- 4.14 Quotation marks -- 4.15 Asterisk -- Chapter 5. Capitalization -- 5.1 General principles -- 5.2 Sentence capitals -- 5.3 Use to indicate specific references -- 5.3.1 Use to create proper names -- 5.3.2 Formal and informal references -- 5.4 Institutions, organizations, and movements -- 5.5 Geographical locations and buildings -- 5.6 Dates and periods -- 5.7 Events -- 5.8 Legislation and official documents -- 5.9 Honours and awards -- 5.10 Titles of office, rank, and relationship -- 5.11 Religious names and terms -- 5.12 Personification -- 5.13 People and languages -- 5.14 Words derived from proper nouns -- 5.15 Trade names -- 5.16 Ships, aircraft, and vehicles -- 5.17 Names including a number or letter -- Chapter 6. Names -- 6.1 References to people -- 6.1.1 General principles -- 6.1.2 Alternative names -- 6.1.3 Identifiers -- 6.1.4 Titles -- 6.1.5 Peers and courtesy titles -- 6.1.6 Saints' names -- 6.1.7 Welsh, Scottish, and Irish names -- Welsh names -- Irish and Scottish names -- 6.1.8 Names containing prefixes -- de -- de la -- du -- le, la -- van, van de, van den, van der -- von, von dem, von den, von der, vom -- 6.1.9 Foreign names -- Arabic -- Chinese -- French -- German -- Greek -- Hebrew and Jewish -- Italian -- Japanese -- Korean -- Portuguese -- Russian -- Scandinavian -- Spanish -- 6.2 Place names -- 6.2.1 General principles -- 6.2.2 Chronology -- 6.2.3 Locating places -- 6.2.4 Addresses -- North American -- European -- Chapter 7. Italic, roman, and other type treatments -- 7.1 General principles -- 7.1.1 Introduction -- 7.1.2 Punctuation and typography -- 7.2 Italic type -- 7.2.1 Emphasis and highlighting -- 7.2.2 Foreign words and phrases -- 7.2.3 Titles of works
7.2.4 Other uses of italic -- 7.3 Quotation marks -- 7.4 Bold type -- 7.5 Capitals -- 7.5.1 Full capitals -- 7.5.2 Small capitals -- 7.6 Underlining -- Untitled -- Chapter 8. Work titles in text -- 8.1 General principles -- 8.2 Titles of written works -- 8.2.1 Introduction -- 8.2.2 Typography -- Items within publications -- Free-standing publications -- Series titles -- Unpublished works -- 8.2.3 Capitalization -- 8.2.4 Spelling -- 8.2.5 Punctuation -- 8.2.6 Truncation -- 8.2.7 Use of the -- 8.2.8 Titles within titles -- 8.2.9 Italics in titles -- 8.2.10 Editorial insertions in titles -- 8.2.11 Bibliographic information and locations -- 8.3 Sacred texts -- 8.3.1 The Bible -- General considerations -- Versions of the Bible -- Books of the Bible -- Old Testament -- New Testament -- Apocrypha -- 8.3.2 Other sacred texts -- Jewish scriptures -- Islamic scriptures -- 8.4 References to Shakespeare -- 8.5 Films, broadcast works, and digital media -- 8.5.1 Films and broadcast works -- 8.5.2 Digital media -- 8.6 Musical works -- 8.6.1 General principles -- 8.6.2 Popular music and traditional songs -- 8.6.3 True titles -- 8.6.4 Generic names -- 8.6.5 Hybrid names -- 8.7 Works of art -- 8.7.1 General principles -- 8.7.2 Series of works of art -- 8.8 Non-English work titles -- 8.9 Integration of titles into text -- Chapter 9. Quotations and direct speech -- 9.1 General principles -- 9.2 Layout of quoted text -- 9.2.1 Displayed and run-on quotations -- 9.2.2 Introducing quotations and direct speech -- 9.2.3 Quotation marks -- Quotation marks with other punctuation -- 9.2.4 Dialogue -- 9.2.5 Sources -- 9.3 Styling of quoted text -- 9.3.1 Spelling, capitalization, and punctuation -- 9.3.2 Interpolation and correction -- 9.3.3 Omissions -- 9.3.4 Typography -- 9.4 Poetry -- 9.4.1 Run-on verse quotations -- 9.4.2 Displayed verse -- 9.4.3 Omissions -- 9.4.4 Sources
9.5 Plays -- 9.6 Epigraphs -- 9.7 Non-English quotations -- Chapter 10. Abbreviations and symbols -- 10.1 General principles -- 10.2 Punctuation and typography -- 10.2.1 Full points? -- 10.2.2 Ampersands -- 10.2.3 Apostrophes -- 10.2.4 All-capital abbreviations -- 10.2.5 Lower-case abbreviations -- 10.2.6 Upper- and lower-case abbreviations -- 10.2.7 Work titles -- 10.3 Symbols -- 10.4 The indefinite article with abbreviations -- 10.5 Possessives and plurals -- 10.6 e.g., i.e., etc., et al. -- 10.7 Abbreviations with dates -- Chapter 11. Numbers and dates -- 11.1 Numbers: general principles -- 11.1.1 Introduction -- 11.1.2 Figures or words? -- 11.1.3 Punctuation -- 11.1.4 Number ranges -- 11.1.5 Singular or plural? -- 11.1.6 Fractions and decimals -- 11.2 Numbers with units of measure -- 11.2.1 General principles -- 11.2.2 Singular and plural units with numbers -- 11.2.3 Currencies -- 11.3 Times of day -- 11.4 Roman numerals -- 11.5 Date forms -- 11.6 Decades, centuries, and eras -- 11.6.1 Decades -- 11.6.2 Centuries -- 11.6.3 Eras -- 11.7 Regnal years -- 11.8 Calendars -- 11.8.1 Introduction -- 11.8.2 Old and New Style -- 11.8.3 Greek calendars -- 11.8.4 French Republican calendar -- 11.8.5 Jewish calendar -- 11.8.6 Muslim calendar -- Chapter 12. Languages -- 12.1 General principles -- 12.2 Arabic -- 12.2.1 Alphabet -- 12.2.2 Accents and punctuation -- 12.2.3 Word division -- 12.3 Chinese -- 12.3.1 Introduction -- 12.3.2 Scripts -- 12.3.3 Transliteration -- 12.4 Dutch and Afrikaans -- 12.4.1 Introduction -- 12.4.2 Dutch -- Alphabet -- Accents -- Punctuation and capitalization -- Word division -- 12.4.3 Afrikaans -- Capitalization -- 12.5 French -- 12.5.1 Accents -- 12.5.2 Orthographic reform -- 12.5.3 Abbreviations -- 12.5.4 Capitalization -- 12.5.5 Punctuation -- Hyphen -- Quotation marks -- 12.5.6 Work titles -- 12.5.7 Word division
12.5.8 Numerals
New Hart's Rules provides the information and guidance you need to prepare written copy to a high standard. Compiled by experts and using the resources of Oxford Languages it is the authoritative guide to style for writers, editors, and anyone who works with words
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