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eBook Close Reading New Media: Analyzing Electronic Literature (Symobolae, Facultatis Litterarum Lovaniensis, Series d Litteraria) ePub

by Jan Van Looy,Jan Baetens

  • ISBN: 9058673235
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  • Author: Jan Van Looy,Jan Baetens
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Leuven University Press (January 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 186
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Close reading new media: Analyzing electronic literature. La novellisation: du film au roman: lectures et analyses d'un genre hybride. J Van Looy, J Baetens. Leuven University Press, 2003. Impressions nouvelles; Bruxelles, 2008.

Close Reading New Media is the first publication to apply the method of close analysis to new media

Close Reading New Media is the first publication to apply the method of close analysis to new media. Since the early nineteen-nineties, electronic art and literature have continually gained importance in artistic and academic circles. Significant critical and theoretical attention has been paid to how new media allow the text to break traditional power relations and boundaries.

This book proposes close readings of work by Mark Amerika, Darren Aronofsky, . Coverley, Raymond Federman, Shelley Jackson, Rick Pryll, Geoff Ryman and Stephanie Strickland. Source: Publisher's description).

Close Reading New Media is the first publication to apply the method of close analysis to new media. Since the early nineteen-nineties, electronic art and literature have continually gained importance in artistic and academic circles

Close Reading New Media is the first publication to apply the method of close analysis to new media. The passive reader becomes an active participant choosing his own path and assembling not just his own interpretation of the text (level of the signified), but also his own text (level of the signifier).

by Jan Van Looy, Jan Baetens. ISBN 9789058673237 (978-90-5867-323-7) Softcover, Leuven University Press, 2003

by Jan Van Looy, Jan Baetens. ISBN 9789058673237 (978-90-5867-323-7) Softcover, Leuven University Press, 2003.

Séries D, Litteraria. Title proper: Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum philosophiae Lovaniensis. Last modification date: 21/01/2014.

Literature is never static, it is experienced in different ways, but the structure of the medium through which the . Leuven: Leuven University Press.

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Egypt: The Book of Going Forth by Day is a story of death and rebirth set in both contemporary and ancient . Affect, Emotion and Sensation in New Media Writing: The Work of John Cayley, . Coverley, and Jason Nelson"

Egypt: The Book of Going Forth by Day is a story of death and rebirth set in both contemporary and ancient Egypt. It explores the ways in which narrative can be distributed between both text and other media, including images, music, animations, and the navigational structure and interface. Coverley, and Jason Nelson". In Literature and Sensation, Anthony Uhlmann, Helen Groth, and Paul Sheehan, eds. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008.

Close Reading New Media: Analyzing Electronic Literature, Jan Van Looy and Jan Baetens (Ed.  . Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2003. Holub, Robert C. Reception Theory: A Critical Introduction. New York: Methuen, 1984.

Close Reading New Media is the first publication to apply the method of close analysis to new media.Since the early nineteen-nineties, electronic art and literature have continually gained importance in artistic and academic circles. Significant critical and theoretical attention has been paid to how new media allow the text to break traditional power relations and boundaries. The passive reader becomes an active participant choosing his own path and assembling not just his own interpretation of the text (level of the signified), but also his own text (level of the signifier). Texts no longer have a beginning or an ending, being a web of interlinked nodes. The decentered nature of electronic text empowers and invites the reader to take part in the literary process. Poststructuralist theorists predicted a total liberation of textual restrictions imposed by the medium of print. However, while these are culturally significant claims, little attention has been paid to their realization. The goal of this volume is twofold. Our aim is to shed light on how ideas and theories have been translated into concrete works, and we want to comment on the process of close reading and how it can be applied to electronic literature. While all contributions deal with particular works, their aim is always to provide insight into how electronic fiction and new media can be read.This book proposes close readings of work by Mark Amerika, Darren Aronofsky, M.D. Coverley, Raymond Federman, Shelley Jackson, Rick Pryll, Geoff Ryman and Stephanie Strickland.