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  1. Oct 2020
    1. Each user obtains a different outcome based on the choices they make.

      I liked this a lot because no experience is going to be the same and I feel that is very significant.

    1. a reader can construct alternate poems by reading the first line of any of the original sonnets, followed by the second line of any sonnet, followed by the third line of any sonnet--and find that the whole work is artfully constructed so that any reading of this sort produces a sonnet that functions syntactically, metrically, and in its rhyme scheme

      I find this completely amazing, I wonder what was the time that the author took to write this poem, and I wonder if there are any publications of the poems created by the readers.

    1. Despite the increase in databases on electronic literature, and the wealth of information already available in them, we are very far from having a complete overview of all electronic literature.

      I think that it is amazing how vast E-Literature that, even though it has existed for a while, people still do not know much about it. I think that we have to effort ourselves a lot to find all the information that we can about it.

    1. I liked these definitions of E-literature, and I like that we can see how the terms are used depending of the region. I particularly like where it says "Put Simply, Electronic Literature is considered a "born digital" art form. I think that it is important that we do not forget that E-literature is an art.

    1. literature produced for the digital medium.

      I think this is a good definition of E-literature because it says literature produced for the digital medium, and the digital medium refers to the physical ways of storing media, such as a computer or a smartphones.