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9780312293529 | Palgrave Macmillan, November 17, 2001, cover price $89.00

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9781403964366 | Palgrave Macmillan, January 3, 2004, cover price $40.00

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Product Description: A pseudo-autobiographical exploration of the artistic and cultural impact of the transformation of the print book to its electronic incarnations.Tracing a journey from the 1950s through the 1990s, N. Katherine Hayles uses the autobiographical persona of Kaye to explore how literature has transformed itself from inscriptions rendered as the flat durable marks of print to the dynamic images of CRT screens, from verbal texts to the diverse sensory modalities of multimedia works, from books to technotexts...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9780262083119 | Mit Pr, November 15, 2002, cover price $11.75 | About this edition: A pseudo-autobiographical exploration of the artistic and cultural impact of the transformation of the print book to its electronic incarnations.

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9780262582155 | Mit Pr, November 15, 2002, cover price $26.95

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Product Description: The essays in Hypermedia and Literary Studies discuss the theoretical and practical opportunities and challenges posed by the convergence of hypermedia systems and traditional written texts.Consider a work from Shakespeare. Imagine, as you read it, being able to call up instantly the Elizabethan usage of a particular word, variant texts for any part of the work, critical commentary, historically relevant facts, or oral interpretations by different sets of actors...read more

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9780262041195 | Mit Pr, March 1, 1991, cover price $65.00 | About this edition: The essays in Hypermedia and Literary Studies discuss the theoretical and practical opportunities and challenges posed by the convergence of hypermedia systems and traditional written texts.

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9780262540735 | Reprint edition (Mit Pr, March 19, 1994), cover price $8.75 | About this edition: The essays in Hypermedia and Literary Studies discuss the theoretical and practical opportunities and challenges posed by the convergence of hypermedia systems and traditional written texts.

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9783110127645 | Mouton De Gruyter, June 1, 1993, cover price $126.00 | About this edition: Book by

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Product Description: This book explores the larger realm of the knowledge infrastructure where texts are received, reconstructed, and sent over global networks.The sixteen essays collected in The Digital Word continue Landow and Delany's exploration of the new fluid, digitized text begun in Hypermedia and Literary Studies (1991), which focused on the linking of text, graphics, or sound into structures typically bound within a single computer or local-area network...read more

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9780262121767 | Mit Pr, May 1, 1993, cover price $59.95 | About this edition: This book explores the larger realm of the knowledge infrastructure where texts are received, reconstructed, and sent over global networks.

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Product Description: Most readers and critics behave as though common prepositions, conjunctions, personal pronouns, and articles--the parts of speech which make up at least a third of fictional works in English--do not really exist. But far from being a largely inert linguistic mass which has a simple but uninteresting function, these words and their frequency of use can tell us a great deal about the characters who speak them...read more

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9780198128564 | Clarendon Pr, May 1, 1987, cover price $75.00 | About this edition: Most readers and critics behave as though common prepositions, conjunctions, personal pronouns, and articles--the parts of speech which make up at least a third of fictional works in English--do not really exist.

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