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Descripción

The Waste Land for iPad brings alive the most revolutionary poem of the last hundred years for a 21st Century audience. A wealth of interactive features illuminate T. S. Eliot's greatest work.

This digital edition carefully respects the typography and integrity of the original yet offers spectacular new ways to explore the significance and influence of the poem.

• watch a remarkable specially-filmed performance of the entire poem by Fiona Shaw, synchronised to the text
• listen to complete audio readings of the poem, also synchronised to the text, by T. S. Eliot himself (readings from two periods in his life) as well as Ted Hughes, Alec Guinness, Viggo Mortensen and Jeremy Irons with Eileen Atkins
• understand the poem’s many references and allusions with the help of comprehensive interactive notes
• reveal the structure of the verse and move quickly between sections with a new navigation tool
• watch over 35 expert video perspectives on the poem including contributions from Seamus Heaney and Jeanette Winterson
• examine original manuscript pages to see how the poem took shape under Ezra Pound’s editing

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Winner Best Adult App at the FutureBook Awards 2011
Winner International Interaction Design Award 2013

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“As someone coming from the wrong side of the two cultures, Eliot's poem had effectively been closed off to me for decades. Now it isn't, and that in itself would almost justify the price of the iPad that made it possible.”
-The Guardian, UK, John Naughton

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The Waste Land for iPad is published jointly by Faber and Faber and Touch Press. Faber is the London publisher where Eliot himself worked for almost four decades; Touch Press is behind other revolutionary interactive books for iPad including The Elements and Solar System which are defining the future of publishing. The interviews and Fiona Shaw's performance are specially filmed by Adam Low, director of the BBC Arena documentary on Eliot.

Publication of The Waste Land in 1922 was a milestone in the literary history of the 20th Century. This iPad edition carries forward Eliot's vision and vividly demonstrates how literature can be illuminated by the new digital medium.

Novedades

Versión 1.1.5

Bug fixes and optimisations

Valoraciones y reseñas

4.5 de 5
2 valoraciones

2 valoraciones

philo000 ,

The vaste land

El mejor poeta del pasado siglo y su mejor poema con multitud de enlaces muy interesantes todos ellos. Excepcional

mromera ,

Brilliant

As a lover of literature and technology, for me this book is simply an achievement, a great idea put together with good taste.

Información

Proveedor
Touch Press Inc
Tamaño
1.1 GB
Categoría
Libros
Compatibilidad

Requiere iOS 10.0 o posterior. Compatible con iPad.

Idiomas

Inglés

Edad
Clasificada 4+
Copyright
© TouchPress Ltd, 2017
Precio
10,99 €

Compatibilidad

  • En familia

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