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Reading in the chtuhulucene: lovecraft, new materialism and the maeriality of writing

Abstract : The traditional take on the theme of the materiality of writing asks about the meaning of the material that supports human-made signs. It considers the importance of the dark side of the signifier; of all that one does not take into account when one sees a sign as a sign. It might consider the ways in which written words present one with multiple possible significations, the ways in which the fact of a text’s having been written haunts readers’ engagements with that text.
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Brad Tabas. Reading in the chtuhulucene: lovecraft, new materialism and the maeriality of writing. Motifs, la revue HCTI, HCTI-Université de Bretagne occidentale, Brest, 2017. ⟨hal-02052305⟩

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