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Title: Electronic literature and the poetics of contiguity
Other Titles: The Bloomsbury handbook of electronic literature
Authors: Aquilina, Mario
Keywords: Literature and the Internet
Digital humanities
Hypertext literature
Online authorship
Postmodernism (Literature)
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Citation: Aquilina, M. (2017). Electronic literature and the poetics of contiguity. In J. Tabbi (Ed.), The Bloomsbury handbook of electronic literature (pp. 199-213). Bloomsbury Academic.
Abstract: This chapter explores some of the “poetic” dimensions and possibilities of language in electronic literature. More specifically, it proposes that “born digital works” may allow for aesthetic experiences that recall rather than radically departing from the poetic in print and other, earlier media. Samantha Gorman and Danny Cannizzaro’s App novella, Pry, and Nick Montfort and Stephanie Strickland’s poetry generator “Sea and Spar Between” have been chosen as test cases for the argument.
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