Book
English

Postmodern sublime : technology and American writing from Mailer to cyberpunk

Joseph Tabbi (author)

Postmodern sublime : technology and American writing from Mailer to cyberpunk

Title
Postmodern sublime : technology and American writing from Mailer to cyberpunk
Author
Joseph Tabbi
Language
English
Publisher
Ithaca: Cornell University, 1996
XII, 243 p.
ISBN
0-8014-8383-2
Placing suggestion
Engels 855.7 (SISO)

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About Joseph Tabbi

Joseph Tabbi (May 4, 1960) is a US literary scholar and theorist, notable for his contributions to the fields of American literature and electronic literature. He was the first scholar granted access to the archives of the reclusive novelist William Gaddis, and is the author of Nobody Grew but the Business: On the Life and Work of William Gaddis and the editor of The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature (2017), Post-Digital: Critical Debates from electronic book review (2020), and an additional forthcoming volume from Bloomsbury Publishing. His other works include Cognitive Fictions (2002) and Postmodern Sublime: Technology and American Writing from Mailer to Cyberpunk (1996). He edits the scholarly journal Electronic Book Review (ebr), which he founded with Mark Amerika. Tabbi is also the founder of Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL), an "open access, non-commercial resource offering centralized access to lite…Read more on Wikipedia