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Event Saved. Your message has been sent. Your email will only be seen by the event organiser. Your Name. However, cybertext theory, systems theory, postfeminist theory, and post-structuralist and deconstructionist theory when dissociated from early hypertext theory that claimed to literalize, embody, or fulfill it all inform its critical understanding. The movement in the arts away from representation and toward simulation, away from the dynamics of reading and interpretation and toward the dynamics of interaction and play has led to exaggerated or alarmist claims for the endangerment of the literary arts.
At the same time, some have simply doubted that the conceptual and discursive intricacy of print fiction can migrate to the screen, where performativity and immediacy are privileged. Against these claims, the thesis attests to the verbal complexity and conceptual depth of a body of writing created for the surface of the screen.
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