A Companion to Digital Literary Studies

    Part I: Introduction
    1. Imagining the New Media Encounter

    Part II: Traditions
    2. ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers
    3. Disciplinary Impact and Technological Obsolescence in Digital Medieval Studies
    4. Knowledge will be multiplied : Digital Literary Studies and Early Modern Literature
    5. Eighteenth-Century Literature in English and Other Languages: Image, Text, and Hypertext
    6. Multimedia and Multitasking: A Survey of Digital Resources for Nineteenth-Century Literary Studies
    7. Hypertext and Avant-texte in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Literature

    Part III: Textualities
    8. Reading Digital Literature: Surface, Data, Interaction, and Expressive Processing
    9. Is There a Text on This Screen Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality
    10. Reading on Screen: The New Media Sphere
    11. The Virtual Codex from Page Space to E-space
    12. Handholding, Remixing, and the Instant Replay: New Narratives in a Postnarrative World
    13. Fictional Worlds in the Digital Age
    14. Riddle Machines: The History and Nature of Interactive Fiction
    15. Too Dimensional: Literary and Technical Images of Potentiality in the History of Hypertext
    16. Private Public Reading: Readers in Digital Literature Installation
    17. Digital Poetry: A Look at Generative, Visual, and Interconnected Possibilities in its First Four Decades
    18. Digital Literary Studies: Performance and Interaction
    19. Licensed to Play: Digital Games, Player Modifications, and Authorized Production
    20. Blogs and Blogging: Text and Practice

    Part IV: Methodologies
    21. Knowing : Modeling in Literary Studies
    22. Digital and Analog Texts
    23. Cybertextuality and Philology
    24. Electronic Scholarly Editions
    25. The Text Encoding Initiative and the Study of Literature
    26. Algorithmic Criticism
    27. Writing Machines
    28. Quantitative Analysis and Literary Studies
    29. The Virtual Library
    30. Practice and Preservation Format Issues
    31. Character Encoding
    Annotated Overview of Selected Electronic Resources