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Reviewed by
Douglas Eyman



Timothy Taylor

      The L, B, and J in Timothy Taylor's "LBJ" stand for three biblical characters: Lazarus, Barrabas, and Judas. He introduces them to us as "friend, thief, and traitor or..." in another lexia "zombied, acquitted, framed." From this sensational beginning, Taylor goes on to examine the life of each of the major characters, often using texts from the Bible  as primary sources. Interestingly, the overview of the hypertext shows three main groups of lexia, each arranged in the shape of a cross. Taylor describes "LBJ" as "a mystory. Ideally it could be an ourstory. If you have stumbled upon this and are able to add or subtract from it, feel free to do so."

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