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George Landow , Academic Article in Neohelicon, Remediation, theme and purpose Chris Anderson.docx

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George Landow , Academic Article in Neohelicon, Remediation, theme and purpose Chris Anderson George Landow Professor Emeritus of English and Art History, Brown University - Victorian Literature - 1980’s and 90’s, very familiar with post-structuralist literary criticism - New technologies - codes and sign systems - meaning is non-linear, multiple, deferred - reader-based Academic Article in Neohelicon - Titles  “No man putteth new wine into old bottles; else the new wine will burst the bottles, and be spilled, and the bottles shall perish. But new wine must be put into new bottles; and both are preserved.” - Abstract - Keywords - Epigraph? Academic and Technical terms - Hyper text: “Non sequential writing” - Discourse: “a way of understanding and communicating that is rexognized and allowed by a society” - Lexia: “text composed of blocks of text” - Meme: “a unit of cultural transmission or a unit of imitation” Remediation “the formal logic by which new media refashion prior media forms
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