hi everyone,

could any one check my body paragraph about " hypertext fiction ",plz??

i did already, but i need to improve it more because the teacher put many comments in it?

the teacher wants from me to fix the resources??

i tried hard to express my opinin but the teacher said write more you opinion, so could u fix this problem too

the teacher commnt that i should i used a background based on length citation and my own analysis and voice is absent

Also, she wants from me to use APA for reference. and use MLE style

Thats all and wish your help..

here the teacher doesnt want this introduction which underlined"First of all, I will talk about a hypertext poem "as a type of hypertext fiction which published in websites (Electronic hypertext poem). The definition of electronic poem as "Lillington Karlin" says is a new genre of literature that uses the computer screen as medium, rather than the printed page. The literary works rely on the qualities unique to a digital environment, such as linked World Wide Web pages or effects such as sound and movement. Also, hypertext "poetry" can consist of words, although not necessarily organized into lines and stanzas, as well as, sounds, visual images, movement or other special effects. Although the poem may great" teacher didnt accept this sentence, i dont know why?? with sounds, perhaps of a lawnmower, while the words "mowing," "stop," "Sunday," and "morning" floats across computer screen in pseudo-three dimensional letters, one will have be hard pressed to identify the use of any formal poetics." Lillington, Karlin."

Bill Seaman is one example of electronic hypertext poem. If we observed that there are many differences between electronic Bill Seaman Poem and the written ones. There are many qualities available in the electronic poem which help people to interest in it and trust it " the teacher said i should change this word" trust" it. Also, electronic poem provide for us digital action like music, picture, light,…,etc. In addition, there are more details about poem information like the author life, the reason of the poem and some comments or critics about the poem. Also, there are some linked words which are difficult and the site provides the word translation. A poem form or style is very organized way which attract the reader. At the end of electronic hypertext poem there is analyzing of the poem as in Bill Seaman poem" my teacher said i should provide a print screen qraph for that and give a summary of content what does it talk about the Bill Seaman poem and i dont know how. There are more than 1030 poems which published as electronic poems.

Although there are many people depend on it, but there are many critics which say that electronic poem assaults readers with floating neon fonts and crude literary strategies, if any literary skill is present at all and critics view hypertext as a threat to the overall integrity of literature because most anyone, without any training or editing, can post hypertext "poetry" .(3)

So, Poems and collections of poems, can be composed as, or into, hypertext, using the many specific capabilities of hypertext software, which itself comes in many flavors .As Stephanie Strickland describes how he composed his book of poems, True North, into hypertext in a moment, so he says becomes possible in an electronic environment, and it is only possible.

The best known example of a hypertext is the World Wide Web, an enormous structure, almost biological in the way it communicates and publishes by proliferating links. The electronic space, often called cyberspace, has some very unusual qualities, to judge by pre- electronic categories. It is characterized as tidal sea, web, sky, and solid. Thus, people surf it, send out web-crawlers to explore it, gophers to tunnel through it, engines to mine data from it, and they fly through and above it in game simulations. They establish "home" pages in it, as though it were rooted, although at their own location distance has disappeared--New Zealand, , , equally present, and equally speedily present.

In brief, as Stephanie says when a set of poems is composed in or into hypertext, the space in which they exist literally opened. Released from the printed page into this floating space, readers are often uneasy. With print, does encounter pages 1--85 differently at each reading because of being in a different frame of mind, but in hypertext, the pages change too--both you and your counter player, the hypertext, bring difference to the table. What you find are not really pages, of course. In hypertext, the unit that replaces the page is called the writing space which not only holds text as does a page, but unlike the page, has its own title and also an embeddable interior. New little text spaces can be implanted in it to the memory depths of the program. Rather roughly, what pages and their numbering are to books, writing spaces and their titles are to hypertext. In Stephanie poem True North he says, and why hypertext was appropriate for it. True North, as a manuscript, rings the changes on two image/themes--that is, themes which are also images. He plays with image/themes across five different registers, so of course each of them imitates the other.

Second, electronic hypertext novel is similar to electronic hypertext poem. It relies on the qualities unique to a digital environment, such as linked World Wide Web pages or effects such as sound and movement. As Philippa J Burne says, he worked in electronic space, he felt the book come to resemble an album, whose chronology may be strict or casual or a combination of both, its main use being to prompt conversation about shared experiences. Movement through the electronic screens, by comparison with print, was more whimsical, more riffling, more waiting for something to catch your eye, more like riding melodies through silence, and less like lockstep. One of the most interesting pieces was based on Goethe's novel, Elective Affinities. Four separate pedestal stands were erected in a pattern representing the four seats of a car. On each pedestal was a screen on which was projected a film of a person speaking. On the wall behind the four, a moving highway was projected, giving the convincing sensation that "the car" was moving. Coming close to any one pedestal enabled you to hear that person's voice tape. As we came to understand, each was a member of one, or more, of the possible couples. These cinematic images that don't leave their separate pedestal screen stands but do continuously "move" in their car, that appear to glance at each other, refer to each other, but never touch, never engage in conversation, made a powerful and disquieting image of electronic "connectedness." Overhearing was the main action permitted the spectator in this case. We have an example of electronic hypertext novel which is Patchwork Girl novel Blok who says in his book Reinventions of the Novel the hypertext novel gives readers a spatial model of narrative. It offers writing made of parts or pieces that can be manipulated and layered and organized and re-organized according to the reader's interests or needs. If, for example, a particular student wishes to see every instance of character L in a text, as well as the ways those instances link to each other and writing spaces not immediately about L but immediately connected for some reason (as in one link away), she can do so. She can have all the relevant writing spaces open simultaneously on her screen, if she wishes, and she can choose from several different charts that will illustrate the ways the writing spaces circulate around each other. And she's not limited to character, but can track down plot points, settings, allusions, and so on. What's the value here? The student can literally take a finished, polished text apart to see its constituent elements and where they emerge in the work as a whole.

In addition, the hypertext novel brings our attention to the medium, which is, in no small part. Also, the hypertext novel invites and encourages different reading experiences that lead to different conclusions. It helps a student discussion of not just the text, but how she or he has engaged the text, so the relationship between reader and hypertext is only an exaggerated version of a necessarily interactive relationship between a reader and conventional print texts. "Bluk"

Finally, I will talk about electronic hypertext story. Hypertext allows the story to develop in different ways, a kind of exploration. The writer can improve their works in creative ways. They can publish their works in a way which is different from the one. In electronic hypertext story the writer can change the style, organization and form of a story. In electronic hypertext fiction the writer can publish further information for example, details about him, summarize the story in easy way, and put pictures to explain an idea. It will be more interesting if the reader use electronic hypertext story because it will avoid boring as most people answered in my questionnaire. Also, the most people use this kind of fiction to spend their leisure time in advantage way.

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