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Hypertext applications are everywhere but few people have discussed their effects. In the literary world, hypertexts are seductive because they promise to loosen up the entrenched conventions of print, even being described as three-dimensional books. This lecture offers suggestions for ways that we might begin to think of aesthetic value for hypertext literacy/orality.

(Morning,  Susan Johanknecht, Victorian Periodicals Project,  William Gibson, demonstration of hypertext flexibility).

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This event was on Thu, 07 May 1998

professor lynette hunter

Professor Lynette Hunter

Professor of Rhetoric

Lynette Hunter was the Gresham Professor of Rhetoric between 1997 and 2000.

She is currently Professor of the History and Rhetoric of Performance at the...

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