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Changes of Literary Language in Digital Age

Chenyue Zhang


Language forms and image-building in literary works are greatly influenced by media attributes in media ecology built by multimedia in the digital age. Through diachronic comparison between their development, information media and literary language are found to be positively related. From the perspective of the evolution of media form, this article makes analysis and discussion on the changes of Chinese literary language, seeking to provide foundation and guarantee for effectively popularizing literature and art among people.


Media Industry; Literary Language; Mass Media; Main Performance

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