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This year's edition of Lebanon's francophone book fair adopted "digital culture" in literature as its theme.Vendors at this year's SdL have expressed conflicting notions about the presence of technology in the literary world. Others say Lebanon is still able to hide from the digitalization of literature.Using technology to make literature more accessible could bring the much-needed change Kfouri believes the fair needs.Standing in front of two small robots atop a table, Doumet and bmbsmart co-founder, Reina Lebreton spoke about the need to use literature and digital technology together. Though many find it can be hard to see how technology doesn't take away from literature, Lebreton sees things differently.Others in the field of literature also recognize the compatibility of books and digital technology.Separate from the idea that technology detracts from printed literature, Kfouri believes a more significant factor is money.
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