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Title: A literatura e o leitor na fricção entre o homem e a máquina
Other Titles: Literature and the reader in the friction between man and machine
Keywords: Tecnologia da informação;  Literatura;  Produção textual;  Leitor;  Information Technology;  Literature;  textual production;  Reader
Issue Date: 10-Sep-2012
Abstract: Information and Communication Technologies have transformed the processes of creating, publishing, distribution, and enjoyment of literary works, in the context of the virtual world, primarily through a new form of writing, Digital Text a hybrid production that actively interacts with literary compositions in the virtual environment. This paper addresses the issues relating to friction between technology and literary production in the virtual world, such as the human-computer relationship, virtual objects, structuring concrete representations in a virtual simulation, the use of artificial languages for the production of virtual literature, virtuality and its relations with the concrete world, key points so that the complex relationship between author, reader, and composition in virtual literature can be understood. The thesis deals with the friction between artificial languages and human language in literature and the virtual reader. The work presents discussions on a possible process of mythologizing the computer and on a probable change in the process of creation and reception of literature in the virtual world
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