inside/outside intertextuality







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"Inside/outside intertextuality" is an essay by Diane Caney which was presented at ON/OFF+ACROSS: language, identity and technology, a conference held at the University of Westminster in November, 1998.
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"Inside/outside intertextuality" is a collection
of fragments relating to text, new technologies,
identity and language. Both text
and language are considered in their broadest contexts:
as entities which transmute
as they voyage across the parallel virtualities
of technology and readerly space.
I argue that identity is splintered enmeshments ...
There are no strict conclusions in this composite text
which I regard as always already entangling
with a vast world
(while it is being read):
that of the multi-faceted virtual realities
of its reader(s).

© Diane Caney, 1999






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