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The Aesthetics of Net Literature: Writing, Reading and Playing in Programmable Media
"During recent years, literary texts in electronic and networked media have been a focal point of literary scholarship, using varying terminology. In this book, the contributions of internationally renowned scholars and authors from Germany, USA, France, Finland, Spain and Switzerland review the ruptures and upheavals of literary communication within this context. The articles in the book focus on questions such as: In which literary projects can we discover a new quality of literariness? What are the terminological and methodological means to examine these literatures? How can we productively link the logics of the play of literary texts and their reception in the reading process? What is the relationship of literary writing and programming? With contributions by Jean-Pierre Balpe, Susanne Berkenheger, Friedrich W. Block, Philippe Bootz, Laura Borràs Castanyer, Markku Eskelinen, Frank Furtwängler, Peter Gendolla, Loss Pequeño Glazier, Fotis Jannidis, Thomas Kamphusmann, Mela Kocher, Marie-Laure Ryan, Jörgen Schäfer, Roberto Simanowski and Noah Wardrip-Fruin" (Publisher's abstract).
Contents: Critical Writing
Critical writing that references this
|Review: The Aesthetics of Net Literature||Christiane Heibach||Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie||2007|
|Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary Structures, Interfaces and Genres||Transcript||2010|
|From Theo Lutz to Netzliteratur. The Development of German-Language Electronic Literature||Beat Suter||Cybertext Yearbook||2012|
Teaching Resource using this Critical Writing
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|Digital Poetry and the Limits of Interpretation (ENGL 5559)||Syllabus||Lori Emerson||2010|
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