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Vincent Quinn

using instant messaging services, composing and construing emails, processing work documents, following internet gossip, writing or perusing blogs, playing online games, reading electronic newspapers, and keeping up with friends and family on social networking sites. It is also true that this is not ‘literary reading’ of the kind theorised by I. A. Richards or Virginia Woolf. But, looked at in the round, these acts of reading constitute a textual milieu that is more widespread and, in many regards, more intense than ever before: more people are reading more often than

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