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Reading practices and participation in digital and medieval media
Heather Blatt

Press, 1996), 36–78. Scholars have critiqued Engelsing’s work, however, on several grounds. 25 Quoted from The Riverside Chaucer, 3rd ed. Ed. Larry D. Benson (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1987). 26 Cited from line 379ff. of Troy book, ed. by Henry Bergen, EETS e.s. 97, 103, 106, 126 (London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Trübner & Co., 1906–35). 27 For a key work on posthumanism, see Andy Clark, Natural-born cyborgs: minds, technologies, and the future of human intelligence (New Introduction 23 York: Oxford University Press, 2003), at 138–9. Other influential

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Thomas of Erceldoune’s prophecy, Eleanor Hull’s Commentary on the penitential Psalms, and Thomas Norton’s Ordinal of alchemy
Heather Blatt

temporalities includes, ‘Playing with time in digital fiction’, International journal of transmedia literacy 1:1 (2015), 19–33; and ‘Approaches to digital literature: temporal dynamics and cyborg authors’, in Reading moving letters: digital literature in research and teaching, ed. Roberto Simanowski, Jörgen Schäfer, and Peter Gendolla (Bielefeld: Verlag, 2010), 129–44. For Genette’s work on time and reading, see Narrative discourse: an essay in method, trans. Jane E. Lewin (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983), where Genette discusses the difficulty of measuring the

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