- adj. Of or relating to hypertext.
“The digital era has become the playground of interactive, interdisciplinary artistic and literary structures, such as hypertextual structures of the WEB and literary fiction.”
“And stories aren't becoming less popular – they're everywhere, from adverts to webcomics to fictional tweets – we're only beginning to explore the exciting possibilities of web-native literature, stories that really exploit the fractal, hypertextual way we use the internet.”
“Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers comics series might also count as hypertextual fiction.”
“Geoff Ryman's 253 is one of the things that comes to mind when I think of hypertextual fiction, but I never actually read it in hypertext form.”
“Except for Agnon, no other Jewish novelist is so hypertextual with Jewish texts.”
“For Humphrey, animated, hypertextual, interactive works are certainly art.”
“An author's creative use of nodes, the self-contained units of meaning in a hypertextual narrative, can play with the reader's orientation and add meaning to the text.”
“Their hypertextual-like writing allows them to augment the practice of inter text (the practice of integrating foreign texts through citation, parody), of open narrative structures and plural subjects.”
“The speech of the character mimics the speed and the complexity of the mental flux, which, in itself is nonlinear and hypertextual.”
“By assimilating a hypertextual discourse, language and words have become more performative, their acting out bringing a renewed form of theatricality to a theatre performance: the theatricality of the sound.”
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