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        is a collection of fragments         relating to text, new technologies,          identity, gender 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, 2000
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