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Scott Andrew Hutchins <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 18 Sep 2001 13:42:28 -0500
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I just read one of the most fascinating examples last night in a comic book!  "The Enchanter's Apprentice" and "Battle for the
Palace of the Gods" by Steve Gerber, in _Fear_ #19 and _The Man-Thing_ Volume 1, #1, is one of the strangest takes on the subject
yet.  These are from 1972/73, so they can be kind of expensive, though.

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From: "Sam Umland" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 11:54 AM
Subject: Re: Non-linear narrative

> >I am looking for films and resources for a course I am preparing on
> >non-linear narrative. I am also analizing films in which you can
> >detect the influence of multimedia visual strucutures/ metafors
> >I' d appreciate any help and sugestions you may have.
> Patricia--
> I strongly suggest you read Janet H. Murray, "The Pedagogy of Cyberfiction:
> Teaching a Course on Reading and Writing Interactive Narrative," in Edward
> Barrett and Marie Redmond, eds., Contextual Media: Multimedia and
> Interpretation. MIT Press, 1995. Examples of films she uses are Chuck
> Jones' Daffy Duck cartoon, "Duck Amuck," the film Groundhog Day, and the
> Star Trek: TNG episode "Parallels." A paradigmatic literary (nonlinear)
> narrative here is Borges' "The Garden of Forking Paths." See also many
> short stories by Robert Coover, including for instance "The Magic Poker"
> and "The Gingerbread House," both in his 60s collection Pricksongs &
> Descants.
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