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‘ What are the new possibilities of a work in the digital age?’. August Hans den Boef & Joost Kircz Create-it Hogeschool van Amsterdam. Alternately reading several books. Alternately reading several books. The influence of novel technologies on author’s production.

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‘What are the new possibilities of a work in the digital age?’

August Hans den Boef & Joost Kircz

Create-it Hogeschool van Amsterdam

The Unbound Book

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Alternately reading

several books

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Alternately reading

several books

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The influence of novel technologies on author’s production

Effect

Author

Identical Copies

Speed, Reach

Ordering, Emphasizing

Silent reading

Technique

Layout

The Alphabet

Printing press

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The influence of novel technologies on author’s production

Effect

Author

Integration with sources

and releated works in networks

Editing for various usage

Integration of text, sound,

Image, film, data.

Integrating text & images

Technique

E-books

Offset press

Digital text

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The influence of novel media on author’s writings

Effect

Author

Flash back/forward

Split screen

Zoom, in/out

The daily affairs,

contemporary man.

In the from of letters

Coherent chronological

narrative

Film

Medium

Correspondence

Classical story telling

The Unbound Book

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Effect

Public

Hamlet by the actor

Thomas Betterton in 1661.

Drama!

Medium

Theater

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Effect

Public

l‘ Acteur Jean-Baptiste Faure

dans le rôle d'Hamlet

Drama in local Vernacular

Drama!

Medium

Translations

Theater

The Unbound Book

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David Garrick : "I had sworn I

would not leave the stage till I

had rescued that noble play

from all the rubbish of the

fifth act. I have brought it forth

without the grave-digger's trick,

Osrick, & the fencing match

(Letter to Sir William Young,

10 January 1773)

Effect

Public

Drama according to

Comtemporary tast & morals

Drama in local Vernacular

Drama!

Medium

Translations

Theater

18th c. Adaptations

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Charles Louis Ambroise Thomas

Opening performance 1868

Effect

Public

Emphasise on characters by aria’s

Drama according to

comtemporary tast & morals

Drama in local Vernacular

Drama!

Medium

Translations

Opera

19th c

18th c. Adaptations

Theater

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No stage bounderies

Location independent

Effect

Public

Emphasise on

characters by aria’s

Drama according to

comtemporary tast & morals

Drama in local Vernacular

Drama!

Medium

Movie

Translations

18th c. Adaptations

Opera

19th c

Theater

The Unbound Book

readers paths and hypertextual modules
Readers Paths and Hypertextual modules

Introduction of the situation

Developement of the quest

Description of the environment

Development of the own acitities

Own conclusions

Confrontation with others

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Developement of the quest

Description of the environment

Development of the own acitities

Own conclusions

Confrontation with others

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Development of the quest

F- Hamlet tries to revenge the murder of his father

S- Try and find previous potential sources and influences

E- Let us compare royalty now and in Denmark in 16th c.

Description of the environment

Development of the own activities

Own conclusions

Confrontation with others

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Development of the quest

F- Hamlet tries to revenge the murder of his father

S- Try and find previous potential sources and influences

E- Let us compare royalty now and in Denmark in 16th c.

Description of the environment

F- His mother Gertrud married the murderer

S- Manuscripts are scattered around the world

E- An outline of various royal cultures

Development of the own activities

Own conclusions

Confrontation with others

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Development of the quest

F- Hamlet tries to revenge the murder of his father

S- Try and find previous potential sources and influences

E- Let us compare royalty now and in Denmark in 16th c.

Description of the environment

F- His mother Gertrud married the murderer

S- Manuscripts are scattered around the world

E- An outline of various royal cultures

Development of the own activities

F-Hamlet writes a play to provoke the murderer

S- In libraries we find Oresteia and Gesta Danorum

E- Prince Charles is angry on his mother too

Own conclusions

Confrontation with others

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Development of the quest

F- Hamlet tries to revenge the murder of his father

S- Try and find previous potential sources and influences

E- Let us compare royalty now and in Denmark in 16th c.

Description of the environment

F- His mother Gertrud married the murderer

S- Manuscripts are scattered around the world

E- An outline of various royal cultures

Development of the own activities

F-Hamlet writes a play to provoke the murderer

S- In libraries we find Oresteia and Gesta Danorum

E- Prince Charles is angry on his mother too

Own conclusions

F- Hamlet realises his mother is an accomplice

S- Shakespeare is clearly inspired by the sources mentioned

E- Some parent children emotions are historically determined

Confrontation with others

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Development of the quest

F- Hamlet tries to revenge the murder of his father

S- Try and find previous potential sources and influences

E- Let us compare royalty now and in Denmark in 16th c.

Description of the environment

F- His mother Gertrud married the murderer

S- Manuscripts are scattered around the world

E- An outline of various royal cultures

Development of the own activities

F-Hamlet writes a play to provoke the murderer

S- In libraries we find Oresteia and Gesta Danorum

E- Prince Charles is angry on his mother too

Own conclusions

F- Hamlet realises his mother is an accomplice

S- Shakespeare is clearly inspired by the sources mentioned

E- Some parent children emotions are historically determined

Confrontation with others

F- Gertrud tried to comfort her son

S- Other claim the only source was:16th-c. François de Belleforeston

E- The RC Church claims eternal family values

How will it go on?

The Unbound Book

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Introduction of the situation

F- Once upon a time we had a prince

S- On which sources is Hamlet based?

E- Parent-childern relations were different in the past

Development of the quest

F- Hamlet tries to revenge the murder of his father

S- Try and find previous potential sources and influences

E- Let us compare royalty now and in Denmark in 16th c.

Description of the environment

F- His mother Gertrud married the murderer

S- Manuscripts are scattered around the world

E- An outline of various royal cultures

Development of the own activities

F-Hamlet writes a play to provoke the murderer

S- In libraries we find Oresteia and Gesta Danorum

E- Prince Charles is angry on his mother too

Own conclusions

F- Hamlet realises his mother is an accomplice

S- Shakespeare is clearly inspired by the sources mentioned

E- Some parent children emotions are historically determined

Confrontation with others

F- Gertrud tried to comfort her son

S- Other claim the only source was:16th-c. François de Belleforeston

E – The RC Church claims eternal family values

How will it go on?

F- Hamlet dies in a fencing match with the counselor Polonius

S- A further intertexual analysis is required

E- We will further look at non-protestant royalty

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Introduction of the situation

Description of the environment

Black consecutively reading path

Blue fast reading path

Development of the quest

Red informed reading path

Development of the own activities

Confrontation with others

Own conclusions

How will it go on

The Unbound Book

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Study on metaphors

Royalty in pains (Oedipus )

The ghosts as moral

Same plot (Orestes )

Same style (King Lear)

Tom Stoppard

Rosencranz and Guildenstern

are Dead

John Updike

Gurtrud and Claudius

The Book

The Play

The Musical

The Opera

The Comic

The Film

Representation

Spin offs

Hamlet

Map of Helsingor

Picture of castle

Architecture of castles

geography

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Past royalty morals

Present day royalty morals

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