Haunted House—An Interview with Mark Z. Danielewski

  title={Haunted House—An Interview with Mark Z. Danielewski},
  author={Larry Mccaffery and Sinda Gregory},
  journal={Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction},
  pages={135 - 99}
Abstract Remember those dire, premillennial pronouncements about the alarming marginalization of reading and writing in our increasingly visually oriented, digitalized Internet era? Or the claims that the ascendancy of visual media—most notably cinema but also television, video, and photography—had eclipsed the novel as our culture's preeminent means for modeling and interpreting contemporary experience? Or the related insistence that the Internet, hypertext, and other new forms of electronic… 
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