The dual nature of hypertext literature is also a transient one: It is poetry and fiction that are at the same time overtaking and overtaken. This is what Dietrich Scholler has demonstrated in his study. The author starts by asking about the genesis of hypertexts: What are the historical systematic fundamentals of hypertextual or hypermedial narrative processes? Next, he conducts a detailed analysis of the methods and forms of Italian and French hypertext literature. How do we locate digital literary writings in the history of literature? How do the cyber worlds and hypertextual characteristics participate in creating narrative settings? The third part is concerned with the repercussions of hypertextual effects on more recent print literature. Which mutual interactions result from the interplay between the narrated story and pseudo-altermedial discursivity? These questions and more are broached.
Taal / Language : German
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