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Hypermedia and Literary Studies

Paul Delany, George P. Landow - Computers - 1994 - 351 pages
Consider a work from Shakespeare. Imagine, as you read it, being able to call up instantly the Elizabethan usage of a particular word, variant texts for any part of the work ...
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The Digital Word: Text-based Computing in the Humanities

George P. Landow, Paul Delany - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 362 pages
This book explores the larger realm of the knowledge infrastructure where texts are received, reconstructed, and sent over global networks.
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Elegant Jeremiahs

George P. Landow - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 198 pages
Examines the influence of the Biblical Prophets on the rhetoric of authors ranging from Henry David Thoreau and Matthew Arnold to D.H. Lawrence and Joan Didion
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Borges 2.0: From Text to Virtual Worlds

Perla Sasson-Henry - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 125 pages
Borges 2.0: From Text to Virtual Worlds analyzes Jorge Luis Borges's "The Library of Babel," "The Garden of Forking Paths," and "The Intruder" from a tripartite perspective ...
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The Future of the Book

Geoffrey Nunberg - Computers - 1996 - 306 pages
The death of the book has been duly announced, and with it the end of brick-and-mortar libraries, traditional publishers, linear narrative, authorship, and disciplinarity ...
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The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media

Peter Lunenfeld - Social Science - 2000 - 298 pages
The Digital Dialectic is an interdisciplinary jam session about our visual and intellectual cultures as the computer recodes technologies, media, and art forms. Unlike purely ...
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Digital Fictions: Storytelling in a Material World

Sarah Sloane - Education - 2000 - 227 pages
When researchers in computer-mediated communications discuss digital textuality, they rarely venture beyond the now commonplace notion that computer textuality embodies ...
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