There Is No Electronic Literature (But It Is Everywhere)




literatura digital, teoria dos média


Recensão crítica de Sandy Baldwin, The Internet Unconscious: On the Subject of Electronic Literature.London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015, 287 pp. ISBN 978-1-62892-338-4



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Marques da Silva, Ana. 2016. «There Is No Electronic Literature (But It Is Everywhere)». MATLIT: Materialidades Da Literatura 4 (1):185-90.



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