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Author Siemens, Raymond George, 1966-
Title A companion to digital literary studies.
Publication Info Somerset : Wiley, 2013.



Descript 1 online resource (665 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents A Companion to Digital Literary Studies -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Editors' Introduction -- Part I Introduction -- 1 Imagining the New Media Encounter -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Part II Traditions -- 2 ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers -- Introduction -- Background -- The Future in the Present -- Building the Infrastructure for ePhilology -- Cultural Informatics -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 3 Disciplinary Impact and Technological Obsolescence in Digital Medieval Studies
Premature Obsolescence: the Failure of the Information Machine -- Content as End-product: Browser-based Projects -- SGML-based Editions -- XML, XSLT, Unicode, and Related Technologies -- Tools and Community Support -- Future Trends: Editing Non-textual Objects -- Collaborative Content Development -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- 4 ''Knowledge will be multiplied'': Digital Literary Studies and Early Modern Literature -- Developing a Canon -- Electronic Texts -- Literary Scholarship and Criticism Online -- Renaissance Information -- Case Study - A Funeral Elegy -- Notes
5 Eighteenth-Century Literature in English and Other Languages: Image, Text, and Hypertext -- Introduction -- Bibliographies and Related Resources -- Texts -- Project Sites and E-journals -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Websites Cited -- 6 Multimedia and Multitasking: A Survey of Digital Resources for Nineteenth-Century Literary Studies -- Introduction -- Nineteenth-Century Multimedia -- Electronic Scholarship and the Digital Guild -- The Nineteenth Century as the Final Frontier -- Survey -- Additional Resources -- Notes -- References and Further Reading
7 Hypertext and Avant-texte in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Literature -- 1. Time -- 2. Space -- 3. Toward Hyperfiction: Translation into a Digital Format -- 4. The Interaction between Hyperfiction and Print -- 5. Time and Space: the Hypertextual Structure of Literary Geneses -- References and Further Reading -- Part III Textualities -- 8 Reading Digital Literature: Surface, Data, Interaction, and Expressive Processing -- Introducing Digital Literature -- Models for Reading Digital Literature -- Reading Tale-Spin's Outputs -- Locating Tale-Spin's Traversal Function -- Tale-Spin's Simulation
Observations on the Simulation -- Tale-Spin's Traversal Function -- A New Model -- Employing the Model -- Resurfacing -- References and Further Reading -- 9 Is There a Text on This Screen? Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality -- A Mythical Cyberspace -- What Texts Are We Reading? -- The Linked Computer -- Constraints on the Act of Reading -- Risks of Manipulation -- A Logic of Revelation -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 10 Reading on Screen: The New Media Sphere -- From Print to Screen -- The Issue of Legibility -- Handling the Flow of Text -- The Advent of Hypertext
The Disappearance of the Column
Note 200 annual accesses.
ISBN 9781118508831
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Author Siemens, Raymond George, 1966-
Series Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture
Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture
Subject Literature and the Internet.
Electronic publications.
Literature -- Computer network resources.
Digital libraries.
Hypertext systems.
Alt author Schreibman, Susan.
Descript 1 online resource (665 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents A Companion to Digital Literary Studies -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Editors' Introduction -- Part I Introduction -- 1 Imagining the New Media Encounter -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Part II Traditions -- 2 ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers -- Introduction -- Background -- The Future in the Present -- Building the Infrastructure for ePhilology -- Cultural Informatics -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 3 Disciplinary Impact and Technological Obsolescence in Digital Medieval Studies
Premature Obsolescence: the Failure of the Information Machine -- Content as End-product: Browser-based Projects -- SGML-based Editions -- XML, XSLT, Unicode, and Related Technologies -- Tools and Community Support -- Future Trends: Editing Non-textual Objects -- Collaborative Content Development -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- 4 ''Knowledge will be multiplied'': Digital Literary Studies and Early Modern Literature -- Developing a Canon -- Electronic Texts -- Literary Scholarship and Criticism Online -- Renaissance Information -- Case Study - A Funeral Elegy -- Notes
5 Eighteenth-Century Literature in English and Other Languages: Image, Text, and Hypertext -- Introduction -- Bibliographies and Related Resources -- Texts -- Project Sites and E-journals -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Websites Cited -- 6 Multimedia and Multitasking: A Survey of Digital Resources for Nineteenth-Century Literary Studies -- Introduction -- Nineteenth-Century Multimedia -- Electronic Scholarship and the Digital Guild -- The Nineteenth Century as the Final Frontier -- Survey -- Additional Resources -- Notes -- References and Further Reading
7 Hypertext and Avant-texte in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Literature -- 1. Time -- 2. Space -- 3. Toward Hyperfiction: Translation into a Digital Format -- 4. The Interaction between Hyperfiction and Print -- 5. Time and Space: the Hypertextual Structure of Literary Geneses -- References and Further Reading -- Part III Textualities -- 8 Reading Digital Literature: Surface, Data, Interaction, and Expressive Processing -- Introducing Digital Literature -- Models for Reading Digital Literature -- Reading Tale-Spin's Outputs -- Locating Tale-Spin's Traversal Function -- Tale-Spin's Simulation
Observations on the Simulation -- Tale-Spin's Traversal Function -- A New Model -- Employing the Model -- Resurfacing -- References and Further Reading -- 9 Is There a Text on This Screen? Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality -- A Mythical Cyberspace -- What Texts Are We Reading? -- The Linked Computer -- Constraints on the Act of Reading -- Risks of Manipulation -- A Logic of Revelation -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 10 Reading on Screen: The New Media Sphere -- From Print to Screen -- The Issue of Legibility -- Handling the Flow of Text -- The Advent of Hypertext
The Disappearance of the Column
Note 200 annual accesses.
ISBN 9781118508831
Author Siemens, Raymond George, 1966-
Series Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture
Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture
Subject Literature and the Internet.
Electronic publications.
Literature -- Computer network resources.
Digital libraries.
Hypertext systems.
Alt author Schreibman, Susan.

Subject Literature and the Internet.
Electronic publications.
Literature -- Computer network resources.
Digital libraries.
Hypertext systems.
Descript 1 online resource (665 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents A Companion to Digital Literary Studies -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Editors' Introduction -- Part I Introduction -- 1 Imagining the New Media Encounter -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Part II Traditions -- 2 ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers -- Introduction -- Background -- The Future in the Present -- Building the Infrastructure for ePhilology -- Cultural Informatics -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 3 Disciplinary Impact and Technological Obsolescence in Digital Medieval Studies
Premature Obsolescence: the Failure of the Information Machine -- Content as End-product: Browser-based Projects -- SGML-based Editions -- XML, XSLT, Unicode, and Related Technologies -- Tools and Community Support -- Future Trends: Editing Non-textual Objects -- Collaborative Content Development -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- 4 ''Knowledge will be multiplied'': Digital Literary Studies and Early Modern Literature -- Developing a Canon -- Electronic Texts -- Literary Scholarship and Criticism Online -- Renaissance Information -- Case Study - A Funeral Elegy -- Notes
5 Eighteenth-Century Literature in English and Other Languages: Image, Text, and Hypertext -- Introduction -- Bibliographies and Related Resources -- Texts -- Project Sites and E-journals -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Websites Cited -- 6 Multimedia and Multitasking: A Survey of Digital Resources for Nineteenth-Century Literary Studies -- Introduction -- Nineteenth-Century Multimedia -- Electronic Scholarship and the Digital Guild -- The Nineteenth Century as the Final Frontier -- Survey -- Additional Resources -- Notes -- References and Further Reading
7 Hypertext and Avant-texte in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Literature -- 1. Time -- 2. Space -- 3. Toward Hyperfiction: Translation into a Digital Format -- 4. The Interaction between Hyperfiction and Print -- 5. Time and Space: the Hypertextual Structure of Literary Geneses -- References and Further Reading -- Part III Textualities -- 8 Reading Digital Literature: Surface, Data, Interaction, and Expressive Processing -- Introducing Digital Literature -- Models for Reading Digital Literature -- Reading Tale-Spin's Outputs -- Locating Tale-Spin's Traversal Function -- Tale-Spin's Simulation
Observations on the Simulation -- Tale-Spin's Traversal Function -- A New Model -- Employing the Model -- Resurfacing -- References and Further Reading -- 9 Is There a Text on This Screen? Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality -- A Mythical Cyberspace -- What Texts Are We Reading? -- The Linked Computer -- Constraints on the Act of Reading -- Risks of Manipulation -- A Logic of Revelation -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 10 Reading on Screen: The New Media Sphere -- From Print to Screen -- The Issue of Legibility -- Handling the Flow of Text -- The Advent of Hypertext
The Disappearance of the Column
Note 200 annual accesses.
Alt author Schreibman, Susan.
ISBN 9781118508831

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