_Here’s a provocative, erudite article by critic Guy Patrick Cunningham. With digital media in many ways eclipsing printed text, we now read in fragments, a radical shift. Written works that are broken into fragments, that flout what Cunningham calls “traditional narrative structure” and “single linear” wholeness, capture the tension between how we now read and how we once did. Cunningham breaks it down in his article, "Fragmentary: Writing in a Digital Age."
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