<book-body> Body of the Book
Main textual portion of the book that conveys the narrative content.
The <book-body> of a book cannot repeat, but it takes a @specific-use attribute. This attribute could be used to indicate a very unusual book body (<book-body>), not the typical tagged narrative content. For example, a <book-body> might take a @specific-use attribute to indicate that the <book-body> is an untagged “bag of words” for indexing purposes, the <book-body> contains just undifferentiated OCR content, or the <book-body> is (artificially) tagged as a single paragraph which is acting as a text dump.
Models and Context
May be contained in
Any one of:
- One or more of any of:
<!ELEMENT book-body %book-body-model; >
Expanded Content Model
((book-part | xi:include)+)
<book dtd-version="2.1"> <book-meta>...</book-meta> <front-matter>...</front-matter> <book-body> <book-part id="bid.1" book-part-type="part"> <book-part-meta> <title-group> <label>Part 1</label> <title>The Databases</title> </title-group> </book-part-meta> <body> <sec id="bid.3"> <title>History</title> <p>Initially, GenBank was built and maintained at Los Alamos National Laboratory. In the early 1990s, this responsibility was awarded to NCBI through congressional mandate. ...</p> ... </sec> ... </body> <back> <ref-list>...</ref-list> </back> </book-part> <book-part>...</book-part> <book-part>...</book-part> </book-body> <book-back>...</book-back> </book>