Victory Garden

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The Gulf War and its media frenzy serves as the backdrop for this Dickensian tale of campus
politics, seduction, burglary, dissent, unsafe driving, and war.

(Source: Victory Garden - Eastgate Systems)

Critical writing that references this work:

Title Author Year
'I know what it was. You know what it was': Second Person Narration in Hypertext Fiction Alice Bell, Astrid Ensslin 2011
A New Media Reading Strategy Cheryl E. Ball 2005
Authors, Readers, and Progression in Hypertext Narrative Edward Maloney, James Phelan 1999
Canonizing Hypertext: Explorations and Constructions Astrid Ensslin 2007
Creating Screen-Based Multiple State Environments: Investigating Systems of Confutation Donna Leishman 2004
Cyberspace, Cybertexts, Cybermaps Marie-Laure Ryan 2004
Design som medievitenskapelig metode Anders Fagerjord 2012
Destination Unknown: Experiments in the Network Novel Scott Rettberg 2003
Digital Literature: From Text to Hypertext and Beyond Raine Koskimaa 2000
E-Borges: Stuart Moulthrop’s Victory Garden Álvaro Seiça 2012
Fiction and Interaction: How Clicking a Mouse Can Make You Part of a Fictional World Jill Walker Rettberg 2003
Footnotes in Fiction: A Rhetorical Approach Edward Maloney 2005
For Thee: A Response to Alice Bell Stuart Moulthrop 2010
Fuzzy Coherence: Making Sense of Continuity in Hypertext Narratives Jukka Tyrkkö 2011
Hyperfiction: Novels for the Computer Robert Coover 1993
Hyperfiktion und interaktive Narration Beat Suter 2000
Hyperizons: A study of interactive reading and readership in hyperfiction theory and practice, with an outlook to hyperfictions' future inspired by the reading of Sophie's World and The Pandora Directive Lisbeth Klastrup 1997
Hypertext and Ethnographic Representation: A Case Study Rulon Matley Wood 2011
Hypertext Fiction in the Twilight Zone Raine Koskimaa 1998
Hypertextual Fiction on the Internet: A Structural and Narratological Analysis Roman Zenner 2005
Hyperworks: On Digital Literature and Computer Games Anna Gunder 2004
Internet Hyperfiction: Can it ever Become a Widely Popular Artform? Nikolaj Jensen 2001
Le récit littéraire interactif. Narrativité et interactivité Serge Bouchardon 2005
Magister Macintosh Richard Gess 1993
Multimedia Criticism Eric Dean Rasmussen 2003
Ontological Boundaries and Methodological Leaps: The Importance of Possible Worlds Theory for Hypertext Fiction (and Beyond) Alice Bell 2011
Patterns of Hypertext Mark Bernstein 1998
Pour une littérature cyborg : l'hybridation médiatique du texte littéraire Anaïs Guilet 2013
Reading Network Fiction David Ciccoricco 2007
Repetition and Recombination: Reading Network Fiction David Ciccoricco 2005
Reveal Codes: Hypertext and Performance Rita Raley 2001
Rytm jako kategoria opisu e-literatury Emilia Branny-Jankowska 2011
Storyspace 1 Mark Bernstein 2002
Szellem a gépben. A hypertext Zoltán Szűts 2007
Techno-historical Limits of the Interface: The Performance of Interactive Narrative Experiences Andrew Hutchison 2009
Tekstspill i hypertekst. Koherensopplevelse og sjangergjenkjennelse i lesing av multimodale hyperfiksjoner Hans Kristian Rustad 2008
Tending the Garden Plot: Victory Garden and Operation Enduring.... David Ciccoricco 2004
The Disturbing Liveliness of Machines: Rethinking the Body in Hypertext Theory and Fiction Christopher Keep 1999
The Endless Reading of Fiction: Stuart Moulthrop's Hypertext Novel Victory Garden Robert L. Selig 2000
The History of Hypertext Authoring and Beyond: Interview with Stuart Moulthrop Judy Malloy, Stuart Moulthrop 2011
The Possible Worlds of Hypertext Fiction Alice Bell 2010
Transduction: Transfer Processes in Digital Literature and Art Álvaro Seiça 2011
Travels in Cybertextuality. The Challenge of Ergodic Literature and Ludology to Literary Theory Markku Eskelinen 2009
Where No Mind Has Gone Before: Ontological Design for Virtual Spaces Stuart Moulthrop, Nancy Kaplan 1994
Where the Senses Become a Stage and Reading is Direction: Performing the Texts of Virtual Reality and Interactive Fiction J. Yellowlees Douglas 1993
Writing for the New Millennium: The Birth of Electronic Literature Robert Kendall 1995
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