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In the Vineyard of the Text A Commentary to Hugh's DidascaliconAtes the culture of the book from the twelfth century to the present Hugh's work at once an encyclopedia and guide to the art of reading reveals a twelfth century revolution as sweeping as that brought about by the invention of the prin. This short collection of lectures is a delight and not simply because Hugh of St Victor remains such an intriguing thinker The initial lectures describe Hugh's theological vision of the book as a path for pilgrims of the pen which leads to Wisdom Hugh believed all people are ultimately called to this path and laid down principles of readership which he took to be participation in the divine remediation of the cosmos through the incarnation of the Word in the reader However fascinating these early chapters are Hugh's personal presence in the book wanes as Illich waxes in his primary thesis that a revolution took place in the 12th century that changed the way we have read written and thought up to the horizon of the digital age Modes of thought and technology converge and revise one another; so Illich writing in 1993 looks ahead with curiosity and some trepidation to the way the screen is working a similar revolution in our relationship with the text This book down to the copious footnotes is well worth the read