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Books Books 11 - 20 of about 47 related to The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age.    

Reading life: books for the ages

Sven Birkerts - Literary Collections - 2007 - 191 pages
In a collection of twelve incisive and intimate essays, the noted critic, essayist, and author of The Gutenberg Elegies reexamines key works of fiction in terms of the personal ...
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Virtual Publics: Policy and Community in an Electronic Age

Beth E. Kolko - Computers - 2003 - 396 pages
A collection of interdisciplinary essays that examine how the internet has affected conceptions of community and public life.
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The Edge of the Precipice: Why Read Literature in the Digital Age?

Paul Socken - Literary Collections - 2013 - 232 pages
Can a case be made for reading literature in the digital age? Does literature still matter in this era of instant information? Is it even possible to advocate for serious ...
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The Too Precious Child: The Perils of Being a Super-Parent and How to Avoid Them

Lynne H. Williams, Henry S. Berman, Louisa Rose - Family & Relationships - 1987 - 317 pages
Exposes the patterns and motives that lead parents to become too involved in their children's lives, assesses the effects of their behavior on the family, and offers solutions ...
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The computer, the writer, and the learner

Noel Williams - Computers - 1991 - 235 pages
Computers are gradually infiltrating all stages of the writing process. Increasingly, teachers, writers, students, software developers, technical authors, and computer ...
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Conversations with John Edgar Wideman

Bonnie TuSmith - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 224 pages
This book spans thirty-five years. Wideman discusses a wide variety of topics - from post-modernism to genocide, from fatherhood to women's basketball. One of the pleasures of ...
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Listening to the Page: Adventures in Reading and Writing

Alan Cheuse - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2001 - 290 pages
The National Public Radio commentator shares the story of his evolution from a reader into a writer in a series of essays on his greatest literary influences, from Hemingway to ...
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