Reading Numbers by Numbers: Digital Studies and the Victorian Serial Novel

September 2012
Victorian Review;Fall2012, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p43
Academic Journal
The article discusses the serial publications of English novels in periodicals throughout the Victorian era. Particular focus is given to the role that digital technology in higher education plays in Victorian serial novel research within the digital studies field. The use of digital technology to conduct statistical research on the literature of the English authors Charles Dickens and George Eliot is discussed.


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