Version and Document Conception and Design in the Editing of Revision
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I have two provocations to share: one theoretical, having to do with the revision text of Moby-Dick; the other practical, having to do with visualizing versions in the editing of Billy Budd. Both are rooted in the material and yet digital; both engage readers in creative interpretations of revision.
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III. The Aesthetic Experiences of Digital Editions
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