The Fact of Resonance: Modernist Acoustics and Narrative Form (Idiom: Inventing Writing Theory) (Paperback)
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The Fact of Resonance returns to the colonial and technological contexts in which theories of the novel developed, seeking in sound an alternative premise for theorizing modernist narrative form. The book shows how the experience of reading is undergirded by the sonic.
About the Author
Julie Beth Napolin is Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in the Literature Program at The New School. She has published on sound, media, and literature in qui parle, Symploke, Sounding Out!, and Social Text and in such volumes as Vibratory Modernism, Sounding Modernism, and Fifty Years after Faulkner. In 2012 she was awarded a Bruce Harkness Young Scholar Award by the Joseph Conrad Society of America