Portions of chapter 1 are adapted from “Media, Materiality, and Time in the History of Reading: The Case of the Little Gidding Harmonies,” PMLA 133, no. 5 (2018): 1135–51; reprinted by permission of the copyright owner, The Modern Language Association of America (mla.org). Portions of chapter 1 are also adapted from “Women’s Labor and the Little Gidding Harmonies,” in The Routledge Companion to Women, Sex, and Gender in the Early British Colonial World, ed. Kimberly Anne Coles and Eve Keller (2019), 120–35; reprinted with permission of Informa UK Limited through PLSclear. Portions of chapter 3 are adapted from “Creative Destruction and the Digital Humanities,” in The Routledge Research Companion to Digital Medieval Literature, ed. Jennifer E. Boyle and Helen J. Burgess (2018), 47–60; reprinted with permission of Informa UK Limited through PLSclear.
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