The Jew's Daughter

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Description (in English): 

The Jew's Daughter is an interactive, non-linear, multivalent narrative, a storyspace that is unstable but nonetheless remains organically intact, progressively weaving itself together by way of subtle transformations on a single virtual page.

(Source: Authors' description from ELC 1.)

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Mechanics of reconfiguration designed in collaboration with Lori Talley.

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Flash

Critical writing that references this work:

Title Author Year
An Emerging Canon? A Preliminary Analysis of All References to Creative Works in Critical Writing Documented in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base Scott Rettberg 2013
Digital Modernism: Making it New in New Media Jessica Pressman 2014
Digital Modernism: Making it New in New Media (Dissertation) Jessica Pressman 2007
Electronic Literature Without a Map Markku Eskelinen 2008
Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary N. Katherine Hayles 2008
From the Digital to the Bookbound J. R. Carpenter 2014
Hypertext in the Attic: The Past, Present, and Future of Digital Writing Andreas Kitzmann 2011
Intermediation: The Pursuit of a Vision N. Katherine Hayles 2007
Language as Gameplay: From the Oulipo to the Jew's Daughter Brian Kim Stefans 2008
Language as Gameplay: toward a vocabulary for describing works of electronic literature Brian Kim Stefans 2012
Letters That Matter: Electronic Literature Collection Vol 1 John David Zuern 2007
Narrative and the Split Condition of Digital Textuality Marie-Laure Ryan 2005
New Media Literary: Hypertextual, Cybertextual, and Networked Katarina Peovic Vukovic 2008
Reading Network Fiction David Ciccoricco 2007
Reading Writing Interfaces: From the Digital to the Bookbound Lori Emerson 2014
Repetition and Recombination: Reading Network Fiction David Ciccoricco 2005
The Digital Poem against the Interface Free Lori Emerson 2012
The Reader, the Player and the Executable Poetics: Towards a Literature Beyond the Book Giselle Beiguelman 2010
Travels in Cybertextuality. The Challenge of Ergodic Literature and Ludology to Literary Theory Markku Eskelinen 2009
Whither E-Literature: Automatic Writing Keith Gessen 2001
Works, Works? Works! Laura Borràs Castanyer 2011
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Patricia Tomaszek