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Bookishness: Loving Books in a Digital Age (Literature Now) characters À 105 ✓ [Epub] ➠ Bookishness: Loving Books in a Digital Age (Literature Now) ➡ goproled.co.uk – Goproled.co.uk Twenty first century culture is obsessed with books In a time when many voices have joined to predicTwenty first century culture Loving Books eBook #9734 is obsessed with books In a time when many voices have joined to predict the death of print books continue to resurface in new and unexpected ways From the proliferation of “shelfies” to Jane Austen–themed leggings and from decorative pillows printed with beloved book covers to bookwork sculptures exhibited in prestigious collections books are everywhere and are not just for reading Writers have caught up with this trend many contemporary novels depict books as central charac.
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Ters or fetishize paper and print thematically and formallyIn Bookishness Jessica Pressman examines the Bookishness MOBI #198 new status of the book as object and symbol She explores the rise of “bookishness” as an identity and an aesthetic strategy that proliferates from store window décor to experimental writing Ranging from literature to kitsch objects stop motion animation films to book design Pressman considers the multivalent meanings of books in contemporary culture Books can represent shelter from―or a weapon against―.
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