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Donald Barthelme and the Emergence of the Dynamic Page


The dynamic page has emerged as the basis for contemporary reading in an electronic environment. Donald Barthelme's fiction explores many of the narrative issues raised by the dynamic page even before the widespread adoption of electronic textuality and graphical user interfaces, and can help to resolve debates about the agency of writer and reader in electronic textual environments.

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