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A World of Fiction: Digital Collections and the Future of Literary History

by Katherine Bode

University of Michigan Press, 2018

ISBNs

eISBN: 978-0-472-90083-1

Cloth: 978-0-472-13085-6

About the Book
Proposes a new basis for data-rich literary history
About the Author

Katherine Bode is Associate Professor of Literary and Textual Studies at the Australian National University.

Reviews

“Bode has been influential in Australian literary studies since she began publishing about a decade ago, and there is no doubt this book will be a field-defining intervention. It is a model of scholarly work, especially in its redefining of the literary system. Literary history and digital literary humanities are lucky to have such an intellectually accomplished and confident worker in the field.”
—Philip Mead, University of Western Australia

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“A terrific intellectual force. Excellent and lucid. This is a first-rate contribution to digital humanities and literary textual scholarship.”
—Johanna Drucker, UCLA

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 “A major international intervention in the fields of book history and digital humanities research, and a major recalibration of the relationship between Australian literature and world literary studies. A World of Fiction will have a significant impact.”­
—Professor Robert Dixon, The University of Sydney
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Tags
Digital Humanities, Data processing, Publishing, Design Graphics & Media, Australian & Oceanian, Serialized fiction, Australian literature, Digital Collections, Computers, Methodology, Literature, Research, 19th Century, World, Modern, Fiction, History and criticism, Literary Criticism, History
Open Access Information

Label: Australian National University

License: CC BY-NC-ND