From: dmwri1-AT-student.monash.edu.au Date: Sun, 07 Dec 1997 17:28:57 +1000 Subject: Re: All's quiet on the methodological front... > real fast because once again this is more bait than substance -- but > beginning with the Futurist we get a texts that are under pressure-- > concret poetry-- the libre parole of futurism -- the the expreinments in > intertextuality of DADA etc. theise are texts that do not correspond to > the notion of the literary which post-structuralism because of its base in > comp lit does not pursue-- these are text that are neither the producof the > speed of war that Varillo describes nor the media sign of Baudrillard. > instead they represent the presence and tradition of the hypertext. I'm > tired and have been at it too long this week to e;ucidate much more . Much > of this is premised on the work of Nicholas Zurbrugg and Friedrich > KIttler-- more latter > SAUL > Tres interessant, but are hypertexts the only sorts of 20th C texts? That is, aren't there other non-hypertexts that are still distinctively 20th C? Anyway, isn't _The Postcard_ a hypertext? Bait if ever I wrote any. gilligan.
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