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Romanticism on the Net

Numéro 41-42, février-mai 2006

Romanticism on the Net 1996-2006: Celebrating Ten Years of Online Publishing

Sous la direction de Dino Franco Felluga

Direction : Michael Eberle-Sinatra (directeur)

Éditeur : Université de Montréal

ISSN : 1467-1255 (numérique)

DOI : 10.7202/013152ar

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Digital Romanticism in the Age of Neo-Luddism: the Romantic Circles Experiment

Steven E. Jones

Loyola University Chicago

 

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Auteur : Steven E. Jones
Titre : Digital Romanticism in the Age of Neo-Luddism: the Romantic Circles Experiment
Revue : Romanticism on the Net, Numéro 41-42, février-mai 2006
URI : http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/013152ar
DOI : 10.7202/013152ar

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