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

ed. Karen Schiff

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About the Book

Four international writers are examined by seven scholars who consider the effects of digital technologies on the idea of what a book is and on what constitutes literature. When writing and reading change as experiences, the tools used to research and teach literature also change. How does the "digital imperative" compel adjustments in academic programs? How might electronic technologies redefine an English department or an academic press? These topics, and others, are investigated in this timely book.


Preliminary Matter (title page, foreword, etc.)

Part One—Literary Study: Creating "Dignity" in the Digital

Part Two—Digital Publishing: "From Paper to Pixels"

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