Thinking Digitally About the Dead Sea Scrolls: Book History Before and Beyond the Book

@article{Mroczek2011ThinkingDA,
  title={Thinking Digitally About the Dead Sea Scrolls: Book History Before and Beyond the Book},
  author={Eva Mroczek},
  journal={Book History},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={241 - 269}
}
The electronic representation of texts completely changes the text’s status; for the materiality of the book, it substitutes the immateriality of texts without a unique location; against the relations of contiguity established in the print objects, it opposes the free composition of infinitely manipulable fragments; in place of the immediate apprehension of the whole work, made visible by the object that embodies it, it introduces a lengthy navigation in textual archipelagos that have neither… 
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