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Development of a (Semi-) Automatic Character Network Tool

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This is the third post in the series of .txtLAB intern projects. It is authored by Tristan Dahn.
The concept of social network analysis – initially rooted in classical sociology and View Original

Development of a (Semi-) Automatic Character Network Tool

Posted in Projects

This is the third post in the series of .txtLAB intern projects. It is authored by Tristan Dahn.
The concept of social network analysis – initially rooted in classical sociology and View Original

Upward Looking and Forward Thinking? The Stance of the Modern Novel

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What would it mean for the novel to take a stance? To position itself relative to the world? How would it do so and how might we understand this positioning? View Original

I’s the b’y that catches the fish

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We’ve made it to the Rock! Today marks the final stop on our “Capital Meals” tour: St. John’s, Newfoundland. Literary fare tied to the sea is central to St. John’s, View Original

Whylah Falls Clam Chowder

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This afternoon, she thawed a pound of cod filets, white flesh raw but succulent on the plate, and diced it into one-inch squares. Then she sautéed a half cup of View Original