ENNC491 Incarnate Textualities
ENNC491 Incarnate Textualities
Class Resources; or, Information on Information (Electronic and Otherwise)
These materials are in three parts. First is a list of the
required paper texts. Second is a list of the books that are held
on reserve for this course in Clemons Reserve. Third is a list
of electronic materials that you may find useful
for your work in the class. These relate to issues of hypermedia,
of editing theory (general), and electronic editing. There are as
well a list of locations that are useful for literary studies in general,
and for studying these three writers in particular. These materials
are located locally (at UVA) and also at remote sites that can be
Required Paper Texts
- 1. Jerome McGann, The Textual Condition. (Princeton UP)
- 2. William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Oxford UP)
- 3. ___________, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (Oxford UP)
- 4. ___________, Blake's America A Prophecy and Europe A Prophecy (Dover Books)
- 5. Emily Dickinson, The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, ed. Thomas H. Johnson
(Little Brown and Co.)
- 6. InPrint Packet
- Steven Carr "Illuminated Printing: Toward a Logic of Difference"
- Paula Bennett, "By a Mouth that Cannot Speak..."
- Vincent DeLuca, "Ariston's Immortal Palace..." in Criticism (1970)
- Emily Dickinson, "Fascicle 34" (in facsimile and in textual form)
- David V. Erdman, "America: New Expanses"
- Robert Essick, "How Blake's Body Means"
- WilliamE. Fredeman, "The Pre-Raphaelite Literary Art of Dante Gabriel Rossetti"
- Jeanne Holland, "Scraps, Stamps, and Cutouts..."
- Susan Howe, "These Flames and Generosities of the Spirit..."
- Jerome McGann, from Black Riders (pp. 26-41)
- Jerome McGann1, "William Blake Illuminates the Truth"
- Jerome McGann2, "Emily Dickinson's Visible Language" (ED Journal 2.2 pp. 40-57)
- Jerome McGann3, "DG Rossetti and the Betrayal of Truth"
- David Riede, "The House of Life"
- DG Rossetti's Poems Ballads and Sonnets, ed. Baum, pp. 163-176, 257-346, 354-363, 365.
- St. Armand, "Apologia. The Art of Assemblage"
- Nick Shrimpton, "Hell's Hymnbook: Blake's Songs..."
- Richard Stein, from The Ritual of Interpretation (pp. 130-153)
- Michael Tolley, "Europe"
- Joseph Viscomi, "William Blake, Illuminated Books, and the Concept of Difference"
- Marta Werner, "Introduction: Called Back: Scenes of Writing"
- G. E. Bentley Jr., Blake Books
- David Bindman, Blake as an Artist
- William Blake, The Early Illuminated Books, ed. Morris Eaves et al.
- ___________, The Poems, ed. W.H. Stevenson.
- ___________, The Songs of Innocence and Experience, ed. Andrew Lincoln
- Sharon Cameron, Choosing not Choosing
- Emily Dickinson, Poems (1890)
- _____________, Poems. Second Series
- _____________, Poems. Third Series
- Robert Essick, William Blake, Printmaker
- Ralph Franklin, ed., The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson. 2 vols.
- Thomas H. Johnson, ed., The Letters of Emily Dickinson. 3 vols.
- ___________________, The Poems of Emily Dickinson. 3 vols.
- Martha Nell Smith, Rowing in Eden.
- Joseph Viscomi, The Art of Blake's Illuminated Books
Electronic and OnLine Resources
From the UVa Library:
From the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities:
Jerome McGann: Electronic Essays and Projects in Editing and Text Theory
Online Guides to Literary Studies
Other Electronic Resources:
These resources take up more general matters relating to electronic textuality and communication. They
supply a global context for the procedural imaginations that stand behind much of the work in this
The materials here are best accessed through Mosaic/Netscape.
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