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Patchwork Girl is a work of electronic literature by American author Shelley Jackson. It was written in Storyspace and published by Eastgate Systems in . Plot and structure - Influences - Themes. “Perhaps the true paradigmatic work of the era, Shelley Jackson's elegantly designed, beautifully composed Patchwork Girl offers the patient reader, if there are. Alternative Title: Patchwork girl, or, A modern monster by Mary/Shelley, & herself: a graveyard, a journal, a quilt, a story & broken accents. Publisher's blurb.
29 May - 7 min - Uploaded by Pathfinders eLit Part 1 of Shelley Jackson's traversal of her hypertext poem, Patchwork Girl, for the. Patchwork Girl, Shelley Jackson's brilliant hypertext parable of writing and identity, generates both its themes and techniques from the kind of collage- writing. Patchwork Girl has ratings and 19 reviews. Katie said: I am bored so in light of that Patchwork Girl, quite frankly, pissed me off at first. It w.
The Patchwork Girl aka Scraps is a fictional character created by L. Frank Baum. She appears in Baum's seventh Oz book titled The Patchwork Girl of Oz. 11 May The pre-history of Patchwork Girl begins somewhere in the first years of the s, when Shelley Jackson, either still working toward her A.B. in. 4 Nov I expect there are some of you who still think I am Shelley Jackson, author of a hypertext about an imaginary monster, the patchwork girl Mary. An outline of the intertextuality in Shelley Jackson's hypertext patische Patchwork Girl. 19 Nov expanded this idea into the hypertext novel, Patchwork Girl. Patchwork Girl had become a best selling CD-Rom. The CD-ROM is considered.
Patchwork Girl; or, A Modern Monster is a stand-alone hypertext novel published on a CD-ROM. The title page offers the reader a choice of five major starting. "I think I must show you my Patchwork Girl," said Margolotte, laughing at the boy's astonishment, "for she is rather difficult to explain. But first I will tell you that for. The second is Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl, a hypertext novel that parodies the former. Both texts offer a multilayered reading experience for adolescents. Shelley Jackson's hyperfiction, Patchwork Girl, now a classic of this particular genre, flaunts its fragmented nature in its very title, conflating the fragmented body.