A summary of the content of a text as continuous prose. contents A table of contents, specifying the structure of a work and listing its constituents. e<list><lb>element should be used to mark its structure. frontispiece A pictorial frontispiece, possibly including some text. e following extended example demonstrates how various parts of the front matter of a text may<lb>be encoded. e front part begins with a title page, which is presented in section 4.6. Title Pages below.<lb>is is followed by a dedication and a preface, each of which is encoded as a distinct <div>: <div type="dedication"><lb><p>To my parents, Ida and Max Fish</p><lb></div><lb><div type="preface"><lb><head>Preface</head><lb><p>The answer this book gives to its title question is <q>there is<lb>and there isn't</q>.</p><lb><p>Chapters 1–12 have been previously published in the<lb>following journals and collections:<lb><list><lb><item>chapters 1 and 3 in <title>New literary History</title><lb></item><lb><item>chapter 10 in <title>Boundary II</title> (1980)</item><lb></list>. 1is decision should be recorded in the <samplingDecl> element of the header.<lb>2As with all lists of ‘suggested values’ for attributes, it is recommended that soware written to handle TEI-conformant<lb>texts be prepared to recognize and handle these values when they occur, without limiting the user to the values in this list.