Professor Brian Stock
for timely encouragement and a most appealing
Professor Brian Fitch
for the gift of the quest for the informing metaphor.
Professor J.E. Chamberlain
for the reminder that there is more than one way to
"tell" a story.
Professor Peter Nesselroth, Professor Ricardo
Sternberg and Ms. Aphrodite
for maintaining the superb environment of
for Comparative Literature at
the University of Toronto
Marlene Goldman, Bridget Keegan, Mary Helen
Kolisnyk and Marie-Michelle
for the exchange of words and ideas,
via e-mail, via post
and in person.
for introducing me to the work of Douglas Robinson, the
somatic theorist of translation and for his very pleasant
The late Bill Readings
for the gracious exercise of conviviality and
introducing me to Ronald Judy.
for the kind permission to quote from his
correspondance the marvelous and thoughtful reminder
regarding the heterogeneity of consciousness and
Professor Lubomir Dolezel and
Doctor Craig Squires
for the generous commentary on the Chapter entitled
The Rutgers-Princeton Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH) 1996 Summer Semminar participants and instructors.
In particular, Susan Hockey and Willard McCarty, Geoffrey Rockwell,
Pamela Cohen, Mary Jo Watts, Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Stephanie Stauffer, Angelee Johns, Robert Knapp,
Jerome Clinton and Pascal Michelucci.
Thanks to all for technical assistance and great conversation about the
allied nature of textuality, virtuality and interactivity.
for the hospitality of Stonyground
for the walks, talks and stimulating contact
DOUGLAS WAYNE ROBINSON
for a fifteen year dance through the meta, the hyper,
and the labour.
for a dancing that continues...