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- The Informatics of Revenge: Telegraphy, Speed and Storage in The Count of Monte Cristo
- An essay which argues that the novel was “one of the first literary texts to: i) portray information as a cultural commodity of prime importance; ii) present the circulation of information as tantamount, if not paramount to the circulation of goods and people; iii) explore the effects of new storage and communication technologies on communicative and intellectual practises as well as on the perception of space; iv) clearly state that access to and ownership of storage and communication technologies is both a prerequisite for and an attribute of social power; and v) indulge in an industrial glorification of speed.”
- Author: Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
- From: Weber Studies vol. 14, no. 1, winter 1997
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