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The Digital Humanities and Literary Studies
This chapter turns to space and visualization. For the common link between the section titles of Franco Moretti's book, Graphs, Maps, Trees (2007), is the visuality of his abstract models for literary history. Graphs, maps, and trees are all structures by which we can downmix complex, multi-dimensional aspects of literature into approximate two-dimensional (or sometimes three-dimensional) space. Much like conventional literary criticism, visualization yields new ways to conceive of narrative,doi:10.1093/oso/9780198850489.003.0003 fatcat:7b2vp5o6bjhihhwdu3ttjxwgcq