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34. Adrienne Eisen, Six Sex Scenes: a novella in hypertext. 1996, www.altx.com/hyperx/sss/index.htm:

35. Carolyn Guyer, Quibbling. 1992, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown MA.

36. Terry Harpold, "Threnody: Psychoanalytic Digressions on the Subject of Hypertexts", in Hypermedia and Literary Criticism, P. Delany and G.P. Landow, Editor. 1991, MIT Press: Cambridge. p. 171-181.

37. Shelley Jackson, Patchwork Girl: by Mary/Shelley/and Herself. 1996, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown MA.

38. Michael Joyce, afternoon, a story. 1990, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, MA.

39. Michael Joyce, "Nonce Upon Some Times: Rereading Hypertext Fiction", Modern Fiction Studies, 1997. 43(3): p. 579-597.

40. Michael Joyce, Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics. 1994, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

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42. Michael Joyce, Storyspace as a hypertext system for writers and readers of varying ability, in Hypertext'91. 1991, San Antonio. p. 381- 387.

43. Michael Joyce, Twilight, a Symphony. 1996, Eastgate Systems, Inc: Watertown Massachusetts.

44. David Kolb. "Scholarly Hypertext: Self-Represented Complexity", Hypertext 97. 1997. Southampton, U.K.: ACM. p. 29-37

45. David Kolb, Socrates in the Labyrinth: Hypertext, Argument, Philosophy. 1994, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, Massachusetts.

46. Akira Kurosawa and Donald Ritchie, Rashomon. Rutgers Films in Print, Vol. 6. 1987, Rutgers University Press. 201.

47. George P. Landow, The Dickens Web. 1992, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, MA.

48. George P. Landow, Hypertext 2.0: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology, 2nd edn. 1997, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press.

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50. George P. Landow, Writing At The Edge. 1995, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, Massachusetts.

51. George P. Landow and Jon Lanestedt, The In Memoriam Web. 1993, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown MA.

52. Deena Larsen, Samplers: Nine Vicious Little Hypertexts. 1998, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown Massachusetts.

53. Kevin Lynch, The Image of the City. 1982, MIT Press.

54. Judy Malloy and Cathy Marshall, Forward Anywhere. 1996, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, Massachusetts.

55. Catherine C. Marshall, Frank .M. Shipman III and James H. Coombs, VIKI: Spatial Hypertext Supporting Emergent Structure, in ECHT'94. 1994, Edinburgh. p. 13-23.

56. John McDaid, Uncle Buddy's Phantom Funhouse. 1992, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, MA.

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58. Stuart Moulthrop. "Hypertext and 'the Hyperreal'", Hypertext '89. 1989. Pittsburgh: ACM. p. 291-298

59. Stuart Moulthrop, Victory Garden. 1991, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, MA.

60. Stuart Moulthrop, "Where To? A Review of Forward Anywhere by Cathy Marshall and Judy Malloy", Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 1997.

61. Janet Murray, Hamlet On The Holodeck: The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace. 1997, New York: The Free Press.

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65. Christriane Paul, Unreal City: A Hypertextual Guide To T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land. 1996, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, MA.

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70. Sarah Smith, King of Space. 1991, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown MA.

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73. Stephanie Strickland, True North/ 1997, Eastgate Systems, Inc.: Watertown, MA.

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