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The Iconic Page In Manuscript Print And Digital Culture

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Author: George Bornstein
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472108657
Size: 54.90 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 294
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Book Description: Crystallizes advanced research on the "meanings" that are created by a work's physical construction


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Author: W. Speed Hill
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472111947
Size: 11.42 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 351
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Book Description: TEXT 13continues to bring an international perspective on textual theory and practice to this scholarly journal. The contributions of Dutch scholars Annemarie Kets-Vree and H. T. M. van Vliet join Klaus Hurlebusch's essay in encouraging a more global approach to scholarly editing. Other highlights of this volume include: "Evidence for an Authorial Sequence in Donne's Elegies" by Gary A. Stringer, "Reading FinnegansWake Genetically" by Sam Slote, and "No Marriage in Heaven: Editorial Resurrection in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood" by Catherine Hollis. Review essays and book reviews in this volume examine James Grier's The Critical Editing of Music: History, Method, and Practice and recent textual scholarship on the work of William Wordsworth, Jonathan Swift, Mark Twain, and Mary Shelley, among others.


Lsamagazine

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Author: University of Michigan. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Publisher: UM Libraries
ISBN:
Size: 57.11 MB
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Category : Cooking
Languages : en
Pages :
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How The Page Matters

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Author: Bonnie Mak
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 080209760X
Size: 19.67 MB
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Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
Languages : en
Pages : 129
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Book Description: From handwritten texts to online books, the page has been a standard interface for transmitting knowledge for over two millennia. It is also a dynamic device, readily transformed to suit the needs of contemporary readers. In How the Page Matters, Bonnie Mak explores how changing technology has affected the reception of visual and written information. Mak examines the fifteenth-century Latin text Controversia de nobilitate in three forms: as a manuscript, a printed work, and a digital edition. Transcending boundaries of time and language, How the Page Matters connects technology with tradition using innovative new media theories. While historicizing contemporary digital culture and asking how on-screen combinations of image and text affect the way conveyed information is understood, Mak's elegant analysis proves both the timeliness of studying interface design and the persistence of the page as a communication mechanism.


Of Books And Botany In Early Modern England

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Author: Leah Knight
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351914111
Size: 56.64 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 182
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Book Description: Contemplating the textual gardens, poetic garlands, and epigrammatic groves which dot the landscape of early modern English print, Leah Knight exposes and analyzes the close configuration of plants and writing in the period. She argues that the early modern cultures and cultivation of plants and books depended on each other in historically specific and novel ways that yielded a profusion of linguistic, conceptual, metaphorical, and material intersections. Examining both poetic and botanical texts, as well as the poetics of botanical texts, this study focuses on the two outstanding English botanical writers of the sixteenth century, William Turner and John Gerard, to suggest the unexpected historical relationship between literature and science in the early modern genre of the herbal. In-depth readings of their work are situated amid chapters that establish the broader context for the interpenetration of plants and writing in the period's cultural practices in order to illuminate a complex interplay between materials and discourses rarely considered in tandem today.


Manuscripts Texts Theology

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Author: David C. Parker
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110211939
Size: 39.30 MB
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Category : Religion
Languages : en
Pages : 379
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Book Description: David C. Parker is one of the world's foremost specialists in the study of the New Testament text and of Greek and Latin manuscripts. In addition to editions, monographs and more popular writings, he has published many articles on different aspects of textual criticism. This volume brings together twentyfive of them in a revised and updated version. The collection is divided into three topics. The first deals with manuscript studies. As well as three very different studies of Codex Bezae, there are articles and reports on individual manuscripts and classes of manuscripts and reports on visits t.


Annual Bibliography Of The History Of The Printed Book And Libraries

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Author: Dept. of Special Collections of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402016868
Size: 73.26 MB
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Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
Languages : en
Pages : 615
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Book Description: The Annual Bibliography of the History of the Printed Book and Libraries aims at recording articles of scholarly value which relate to the history of the printed book, to the history of arts, crafts, techniques and equipment, and of the economic social and cultural environment, involved in its production, distribution, conservation and description.


Reading Notes

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Author: Dirk van Hulle
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042018211
Size: 22.49 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 415
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Book Description: Reading notes constitute a vast resource for an understanding of literary history and culture. They indicate what writers read as well as how they read and what they used in their own work. As such, they play an important role in both the reception and the production of texts. The essays in this volume, representing the newest trends in European and international textual scholarship, examine literary creation and the relationship between reading and writing. To study how readers respond to writing and how reading engenders new writing, the contributing scholars no longer take for granted that authors write in splendid isolation, but turn to a more broadly sociological investigation of authorship, assigning new roles to the writer as reader, notetaker, annotator, book collector and so on. Notes and annotations may be fragmentary, private, undigested and embryonic, but as witnesses to the reading process, they tell unique stories about writers and readers, ranging from great marginalists like Coleridge to women annotators of cookbooks. This subject of research is a junction of several fields of research and tries to bridge gaps between separate disciplines with a common ground, such as the history of the book, the history of reading, and the history of writing, scholarly editing, and textual genetics (the analysis, commentary and critical interpretation of the way in which works of art come into being), bridging the gap between literary and textual criticism.


Literature And Science

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Author: Wai-chee Dimock
Publisher: American Literature (Duke Univ
ISBN:
Size: 24.45 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 264
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Book Description: The goal of this special issue of American Literature is to encourage scholars in both the sciences and the humanities to estrange themselves from their regular ways of thinking. Committed to understanding what each discipline has to teach the other, the contributors explore the changes in topics, approaches, and methodologies in the sciences, technology and the humanities that surface when scholars take seriously the mandate to consider the basic assumptions of each field from the other point of view. The essays address the mutual impact of literature and science through a range of issues: "geek novels" as a subgenre of literature about science, the relationship of narrative form to risk analysis and ecological disaster, the impact of realism and contemporary developments in neurology and brain biology, and the use of technology in the humanities. The essays also examine how the humanities explore scientific issues such as in vitro fertilization and human existence, cloning and molecular biology, and the concept of time. Contributors. Jay Clayton, Wai Chee Dimock, N. Katherine Hayles, Ursula Heise, Randall Knoper, Martha Nell Smith, Stephanie Turner, Priscilla Wald, Robyn Wiegman