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Citation: Molz, Johannes: A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality - Appendix. 19. March 2019. Open Data LMU. 10.5282/ubm/data.177

A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality - Appendix
A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality - Appendix

This is a collection of all references found in a study of Shakespearean Intertextuality. I collected references to Shakespeare and his works in the complete works of 11 contemporary British writers. The corpus includes several hundred contemporary British texts, most of which were novels. A few graphic novels, collections of short stories and autobriographies make up the rest of the texts. All references are given with their context, the original line they quote, the texts they pertain to and a score that counts the verbatim referencing words in the contemporary texts. The appendix contains further references not discussed in the study, a full list of all works examined and further metadata.

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Zur Publikation: Molz, Johannes: A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality: Towards a Mixed Method Approach for Literary Studies. München, Universitätsbibliothek Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2020. ISBN 3959251351, 9783959251358, 9783959251365. Online-Version: https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.4 unter Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY 4.0

Shakespeare, Intertextuality, Digital Humanities, Mixed Methods
Molz, Johannes
2019

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DOI: 10.5282/ubm/data.177

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Abstract

This is a collection of all references found in a study of Shakespearean Intertextuality. I collected references to Shakespeare and his works in the complete works of 11 contemporary British writers. The corpus includes several hundred contemporary British texts, most of which were novels. A few graphic novels, collections of short stories and autobriographies make up the rest of the texts. All references are given with their context, the original line they quote, the texts they pertain to and a score that counts the verbatim referencing words in the contemporary texts. The appendix contains further references not discussed in the study, a full list of all works examined and further metadata.

Abstract

Zur Publikation: Molz, Johannes: A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality: Towards a Mixed Method Approach for Literary Studies. München, Universitätsbibliothek Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2020. ISBN 3959251351, 9783959251358, 9783959251365. Online-Version: https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.4 unter Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY 4.0

Keywords

Shakespeare, Intertextuality, Digital Humanities, Mixed Methods

Item Type:Data
Contact Person:Molz, Johannes
E-Mail of Contact:johannes.molz at gmail.com
Subjects:Faculty for Languages and Literatures
Dewey Decimal Classification:000 Computers, Information and General Reference > 020 Library and information science
800 Literature > 820 English and Old English literatures
ID Code:177
Deposited By: Johannes Molz
Deposited On:16. Jan 2020 11:36
Last Modified:03. Jul 2020 07:41

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