Actually most of what I have in this review is stated better in a wonderful
essay on STORYSPACE by Johndan
Johnson-Eilola. He writes, specifically in reference to space
for deconstruction, "The physical text
can be pointed to, but the deconstructed text does not traditionally
exist anywhere except in the mind of the deconstructor (Belsey, 1980, p. 145).*8*" (115). Johnson-Eilola's essay is one
of the best you will find on hypertext and STORYSPACE; if anything I've
written here confuses you, I recommend his piece for clearing it up.
To Place this idea is used.
to start of review of Socrates in the Labyrinth
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