Posted by: Shuddhabrata Sengupta | February 19, 2006

Hypertextuality in Herman Melville

Call Me Digital’ : Technology is reshaping literary scholarship on Herman Melville through recovery of his lost annotations – Jennifer Howard

A fascinating account of Herman Melville’s proto hypertextual literary practice, and the detective work done to unearth links and annotations in the writing of Moby Dick and a book on the natural history of Sperm Whales. And on ‘Squinting’ as a method in Literary Criticism and Exegesis

The Chronicle: 2/17/2006: Call Me Digital

‘Must read Moby Dick !

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