Hypertext Editions of Eliot, Dante, DG Rossetti, and Dickinson: Addressing Poetic Difficulty and Digital Issues
By examining editions of Eliot, Dante, DG Rossetti and Dickinson this paper will demonstrate how hypertext is uniquely suited to address poetic difficulty.
||Poetry, Hypertext, Difficult, Digital, Scholarly, Editing, Editions, Eliot, Rossetti, Dante, Inferno, Dickinson, Prufrock, Damozel, Cultural Context, Scholarly Editing, Mark-Up, Preservation, Physical Media, TEI, McGann
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.111-122.
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Lois O’Neill is Electronic Resources and Reference Librarian at Adelphi University, in Garden City, NY. She received a BA in English from SUNY New Paltz, an MS in Library Service from Columbia University, and is currently a student in the MFA program in Creative Writing, at Adelphi. Her research interests include the role of poetry in academia, the use of the hypertext environment in studying poetry, evaluating instructional tools through usability testing,and methods of assessing the use and performance of research databases.
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