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Resource ID: #543
Subject: Digital storytelling: Interactive fiction demo
Source: Robert Coover - ProvidenceRobert Coover
Affiliation: Brown UniversityBrown University
Date: 1905-06-18



Hyperfiction is a new narrative art form, readable only on the computer, and made possible by the developing technology of hypertext and hypermedia. Coover's New York Times article discusses the potentials of hyperfiction and reviews several novels for the computer. Audio tape available through the IRE Resource Center at (573) 882-3364 or rescntr@ Ask for tape #IRE96-64.

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