«Agrippa» and Other Hybrids in the Beginnings of Digital Culture
Chapter 5: The Book Of The Dead And The Death Of Books
The Book of the Dead and the Death of Books
…I shall only observe how odd it is, that this branch of the art has flourished by fits. It never rains, but it pours. Our own age can boast of some fine specimens…
-Thomas De Quincey, On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts
…Quelle histoire insupportable!
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