Literature and Digital Technologies: W. B. Yeats, Virginia Woolf, Mary Shelley, and William Gass, edited by Karen Schiff

April 15, 2003

scanned_literature and digital technologiesEssays collected in Literature and Digital Technologies grow out of the intersection of electronic technologies and literary study. In widening the scope of “digital technologies” so far as to include the production of literary texts through different kinds of digital machines, we have arrived at the heart of the enterprise that has driven this entire endeavor: the use of technologies to promote the circulation and reading of works of literature. The book examines the effect of new technologies on reading, writing, and the study of literature.

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