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Poems "Hey Now"—Thom Swiss http://bailiwick.lib.uiowa.edu/swiss/directory.htm "City of Bits"—Thom Swiss http://bailiwick.lib.uiowa.edu/swiss/directory.htm "Shy Boy"—Thom Swiss http://bailiwick.lib.uiowa.edu/swiss/directory.htm This poem is hiding all the way to the right. "A Poppy"—Peter Howard http://peterhoward.org/poetry/petehype.htm "Darkness of Summer"—Peter Howard http://peterhoward.org/poetry/petehype.htm "All Fall Down"—Y. H. Chang http://www.yhchang.com/ALL_FALL_DOWN.html "Daddy Liked His With Heart"—Jennifer Ley http://www.heelstone.com/heart/ "Medical Notes"—Alexis Kirke http://writing.upenn.edu/epc/ezines/brink/brink02/medical.html Surrealist Poem Generator—Komninos http://www.birdhouse.org/words/komninos/generator.html Hyperpoem Generator—Emma Jane Davies http://www.emmadavies.net/hyperpoetry/default.aspx "Vniverse"—Stephanie Strickland http://www.cynthialawson.com/vniverse/original.html to download a player, or you can download the poem directly.) (You may need "oooxxxooo"—Juliet Martin http://julietmartin2.com/oooxxxooo/Answer.html "A Dreamlife of Letters"—Brian Stefans http://collection.eliterature.org/1/works/stefans__the_dreamlife_of_letters/d reamlife_index.html Literary Terms New media literature - literature that originates in computer environments, also called electronic or digital literature Hyperpoetry - poetry that makes use of computer tools--also called cyberpoetry, digital poetry, new media poetry Hyperlink - highlighted (usually) word or image we click on to get to another file or lexia Lexia - term for a unit of new media, similar to one page or webpage Path - term for the various routes a reader might take through a new media work Footnote poem - online work with center poem and hyperlinks to subpoems and (usually) links back to the center poem Authorship - the concept of who is responsible for creating literature when reader makes choices Modernism - Literary movement that rejected the literary conventions, morality, and values of the 19th century and broke with traditional styles of poetry and verse Post-modernism - Literary movement starting around the 1960s marked by experimentation and more overt questioning of literary convention than that of the modernists Symbiosis - in hyperpoetry, the concept that the cyber features and traditional aspects must benefit each other, enhancing meaning Discussion post—30 points—Due Monday—Submit all four parts in only one post. You are not likely to find analyses of these particular works, so for this lesson, choose 4 of the works above and answer the following for each: What does the hyperpoem SAY? (content of words) What does it DO? (images, sound, movement, color, etc.) How does it achieve SYMBIOSIS? (digital tools matching and enhancing the words) What does it MEAN to you? (interpretation and reader response) Please answer the questions separately, as opposed to mixing the info into a paragraph. This will make it easier for me to see that you have truly addressed all the topics required. Scope is again 150-400 words, but you will be unlikely to achieve enough depth if you merely hit the minimum.
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