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Audiobooks, literature, and sound studies

Author: Matthew Rubery
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2011.
Series: Routledge research in cultural and media studies, 31.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Rubery
ISBN: 9780415883528 0415883520 9780203818039 0203818032
OCLC Number: 768443250
Description: xvii, 247 s. : ill.
Contents: Introduction: talking books / Matthew Rubery --
The three-minute Victorian novel: remediating Dickens into sound / Jason Camlot --
A library on the air: literary dramatization and Orson Welles's mercury theatre / James Jesson --
The audiographic impulse: doing literature with the tape recorder / Jesper Olsson --
Poetry by phone and phonograph: tracing the influence of Giorno poetry systems / Michael S. Hennessey --
Soundtracking the novel: Willy Vlautin's Northline as filmic audiobook / Justin St. Clair --
Novelist as "sound-thief": the audiobooks of John le Carr / Garrett Stewart --
Hearing Hardy, talking Tolstoy: the audiobook narrator's voice and reader experience / Sara Knox --
Talking books, Toni Morrison, and the transformation of narrative authority: two frameworks / K.C. Harrisson --
Obama's voices: performance and politics on The dreams from my father audiobook / Jeffrey Severs --
Bedtime storytelling revisited: Le pere castor and children's audiobooks / Brigitte Ouvry-Vial --
Learning from librivox / Michael Hancher --
A preliminary phenomenology of the audiobook / D.E. Wittkower.
Series Title: Routledge research in cultural and media studies, 31.
Responsibility: ed. by Matthew Rubery.

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