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|Title||Author||Publication Type||Year||Appears in||Updated|
|Five Elements of Digital Literature||Noah Wardrip-Fruin||Article or chapter in a book||Reading Moving Letters: Digital Literature in Research and Teaching||08.10.2015|
|Feral Hypertext: When Hypertext Literature Escapes Control||Jill Walker Rettberg||Conference paper or presentation||2005||07.10.2015|
|Explorations of Ergodic Literature: The Interlaced Poetics of Representation and Simulation||Shuen-shing Lee||Article in an online journal||2002||03.10.2015|
|How Do I Cool Down the Overheated Medium? Reading Stuart Moulthrop's Hegirascope 2, "the most typical hypernovel"||Shuen-shing Lee||Article in an online journal||2005||03.10.2015|
|The Ballad of the Internet Nutball: Chaining Rhetorical Visions from the Margins of the Margins to the Mainstream in the Xenaverse||Christine Boese||Book (Ph.D. dissertation)||1998||02.10.2015|
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