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Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

2018

271 pages

ISBN 978-3-319-90477-1

Digital Milton

Edited by

David Currell, Islam Issa

Digital Milton is the first volume to investigate John Milton in terms of our digital present. It explores the digital environments Milton now inhabits as well as the diverse digital methods that inform how we read, teach, edit, and analyze his works. Some chapters use innovative techniques, such as processing metadata from vast archives of early modern prose, coding Milton’s geographical references on maps, and visualizing debt networks from literature and from life. Other chapters discuss the technologies and platformsshaping how literature reaches us today, from audiobooks to eReaders, from the OED Online to Wikipedia, and from Twitter to YouTube. Digital Milton is the first say on a topic that will become ever more important to scholars, students, and teachers of early modern literature in the years to come.

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-90478-8

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Currell, D. , Issa, I. (eds) (2018). Digital Milton, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Milton! thou shouldst be living in these media

Currell David; Issa Islam

1-23

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"Is there a class in this audiotext?"

Bjork Olin; Rumrich John

47-76

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"apt numbers"

Currell David

77-108

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Form and computation

Basu Anupam

111-128

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Mapping the moralized geography of Paradise lost

El Khatib Randa; Currell David

129-152

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"Still paying, still to owe"

Herman Peter C.

153-177

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The online revolution

Issa Islam

181-205

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Digital Milton and student research

Ainsworth David

207-223

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Milton for millennials

Macrae Richmond Hugh

225-243

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Epilogue

Duran Angelica

245-259

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