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by Raimonda Modiano,Leroy F. Searle,Peter L. Shillingsburg

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  • Publisher: University of Washington Press (January 1, 2004)
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Voice, Text, Hypertext illustrates brilliantly why interest in textual studies has grown so dramatically in recent years. For the distinguished authors of these essays, a "text" is more than a document or material object.

Voice, Text, Hypertext illustrates brilliantly why interest in textual studies has grown so dramatically in recent years. It is a cultural event, a matrix of decisions, an intricate cultural practice that may focus on religious traditions, modern "underground" literary movements, poetic invention, or the irreducible complexity of cultural politics

Raimonda Modiano, Leroy F. Searle, Peter L. Shillingsburg. Voice, Text, Hypertext illustrates brilliantly why interest in textual studies has grown so dramatically in recent years.

Raimonda Modiano, Leroy F. It is a cultural event, a matrix of decisions, an intricate cultural practice that may focus on religious traditions, modern "underground" literary movements, poetic invention, or the irreducible complexity of cultural politics.

Voice, Text and Hypertext at the Millennium: Emerging Practices in Textual Studies Seattle: University of Washington .

Voice, Text and Hypertext at the Millennium: Emerging Practices in Textual Studies Seattle: University of Washington Press (2004),133-143. -J. I. ( (( f'. Voice, Text, Hypertext. For the distinguished authors of these essays, a text is more than a document or material object

Voice, Text, Hypertext illustrates brilliantly why interest in textual studies has grown so dramatically in recent years. For the distinguished authors of these essays, a text is more than a document or material object. It is a cultural event, a matrix of decisions, an intricate cultural practice that may focus on religious traditions, modern underground literary movements, poetic invention, or the irreducible complexity of cultural politics. Drawing from classical Roman and Indian to modern European traditions, the volume makes clear that to study a text is to study a culture.

in Textual Cultures: Text, Contexts, Interpretation.

Studying Textual Studies:Problems and AgendasModiano, Raimonda, Leroy . earle, andPeter Shillingsburg, ed. oice, Text, Hypertext: Emerging Practices in Textual Studies. Published: 1 October 2008. in Textual Cultures: Text, Contexts, Interpretation. Textual Cultures: Text, Contexts, Interpretation, Volume 3, pp 90-112; doi:10. Keywords: textual studies, voice, Agendas Modiano, Emerging Practices, Peter Shillingsburg, Raimonda, Leroy.

Modiano, Raimonda; Leroy F. Searle; Peter Shillingsburg (ed., Voice, Text, Hypertext. Emerging Practices in Textual Studies. Seattle & London: The University of Washington Press 2004. Shillingsburg, Peter . From Gutenberg to Google. Electronic Representations of Literary Texts. Cambridge University Press 2006.

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Voice, Text, Hypertext illustrates brilliantly why interest in textual studies has grown so dramatically in recent years. For the distinguished authors of these essays, a “text” is more than a document or material object. It is a cultural event, a matrix of decisions, an intricate cultural practice that may focus on religious traditions, modern “underground” literary movements, poetic invention, or the irreducible complexity of cultural politics.Drawing from classical Roman and Indian to modern European traditions, the volume makes clear that to study a text is to study a culture. It also demonstrates the essential importance of heightened textual awareness for contemporary cultural studies and critical theory―and, indeed, for any discipline that studies human culture.

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