Friday, 19 September 2008

Companion to Digital Literary Studies

... is now online, here. Which should save you the £90.25 it currently is going for on Amazon for a physical copy! Well worth a read through to get an overview of how computers have been used to aid in the study and analysis of literature over the past 40? odd years.

3 comments:

William Patrick Wend said...

Thank you for posting about this I am looking forward to checking it out!

dsp128 said...

If you're looking to get a copy of this series (3 separate 60 minute documentaries) including The Mona Lisa Curse, I got a copy from the website below for 10 quid total (GB pounds). Highly recommended


http://dvd247.tripod.com/art_list.html

navjotb said...

Thanks very much for your post on this book! I've only just discovered your post in the archive just now. As a newcomer to
"digital" humanities, (although i have a degree in English) it would be very interesting to read. Thanks again!