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Re: A Hypertext Model
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0376  Tuesday, 22 February 2000.

[1]     From:   Maijan H. Al-Ruwaili <
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        Date:   Monday, 21 Feb 2000 17:51:42 +0300
        Subj:   Re: SHK 11.0363 Re: A Hypertext Model

[2]     From:   Meg Powers Livingston <
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        Date:   Monday, 21 Feb 2000 22:36:20 -0800
        Subj:   Re: A Hypertext Model


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From:           Maijan H. Al-Ruwaili <
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Date:           Monday, 21 Feb 2000 17:51:42 +0300
Subject: 11.0363 Re: A Hypertext Model
Comment:        Re: SHK 11.0363 Re: A Hypertext Model

> Scott Crozier (RE: SHK 11.0355 A Hypertext Model) wrote
>
> Although this is not the subject of our list, I would be more than a
> little worried if someone used the Prufrock hypertext as a model for
> hypertext on any Shakespeare.

I think the attempt to bring hypertext and Shakespeare's text seems to
be already underway; one should consult Siemens' article in Surfaces (I
have not read it yet; but it is worth looking into):

          VIII.106
          Raymond G. Siemens
          Shakesperean Apparatus? Explicit Textual
          Structures and the Implicit Navigation of
          Accumulated Knowledge

http://www.pum.umontreal.ca/revues/surfaces/

Maijan

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From:           Meg Powers Livingston <
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Date:           Monday, 21 Feb 2000 22:36:20 -0800
Subject:        Re: A Hypertext Model

For an outstanding web site that could usefully serve as a model for a
truly hypertext Shakespeare, see http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton.  I'd
like to hear, off-line if that's more appropriate, what other teachers
of Ren. lit. (and I think many of us who teach Shakespeare probably also
teach Milton) think about this site.

Meg
 

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