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Response: Hypertextuality: Moving Forward or Moving Back? (Revision)

Ilana Snyder makes a strong, compelling argument about the changes in textuality and the growing values of hypertext in the chapter “Reconceiving Textuality.” However, there are negative and opposing aspects to hypertext, which she does not consider. Snyder disregards the value of authorial intent. Although, hypertextuality is appreciated because it is a “democratization of access … Continue reading