Document Type

Book Chapter or Section

Publication Date

3-2018

Abstract

Recent ideas about reading in literary criticism have centered around a fundamental question: what are the limits and affordances of human reading? Not all of these re-visitings of reading name technology as a central figure, yet they are all to varying degrees shaped by recent cultural attention to the emerging possibilities of machine reading and the reading of digitized and born-digital texts.

Comments

Published in A Companion to Literary Theory, edited by David H. Richter (Wiley).

This is the final draft before publication. Minor edits were made during the production process; for the finalized text, please consult the version of the book chapter published by Wiley.

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