Virtual Playgrounds: Electronic Literature’s Challenge to Authorship
This paper explores authorship and readership in two works of electronic literature: The Virtual Disappearance of Miriam (2000) and Tramway (2009). It argues for a broadened understanding of reading as potentially authoring and offers an expansion of what it means to read an electronic literary text in the twenty-first century.
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