By Ray Siemens, Susan Schreibman
This Companion bargains an intensive exam of ways new applied sciences are altering the character of literary reviews, from scholarly enhancing and literary feedback, to interactive fiction and immersive environments.
- A entire review exploring the applying of computing in literary experiences
- Includes the seminal writings from the sphere
- Focuses on tools and views, new genres, formatting matters, and most sensible practices for electronic renovation
- Explores the hot genres of hypertext literature, installations, gaming, and internet blogs
- The Appendix serves as an annotated bibliography
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She lays herself bare. In fact, she physically materializes what she’s thinking; she signifies it with her body. In a certain way she inscribes what she’s saying, because she doesn’t deny her drives the intractable and impassioned part they have in speaking. Her speech, even when ‘‘theoretical’’ or political, is never simple or linear or ‘‘objectified,’’ generalized: she draws her story into history. (Cixous 1998: 1457–8) This story is also the history of encounter with new media. In Cixous’s account, even one of our oldest media, the voice, is ever and again new.
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