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Barth insight on the worlds technological advancement with computers gave him a good start on an interesting story By incorporating todays living with literature he turn out Click Click some hated it but some liked it I think the lack of understanding of this story is what caused those people to dislike the story the fact that the story was very long also had something to do with it I will present the in-depth thought that made me understand and really like the story Also I will put some points from the elements of fiction I really like the concepts Click presented when I read it There were some thoughts that the writer expressed then there were some that was more in-depth and you had to think about So lets begin the argument One explicit theme to Click is told best by Barth The Hypertextuality of Everyday Life73 Where each word can take you further and further into a maze of choices The choices can go deeper which defines the terms of what you read Those terms travels along side the paths of day by day activities Until you get to an endless sea of terms given time and clicks enough you will have accessed virtually the sum of language the entire expressible world Thats hypertext75 I understood the combination of these words that are expressed to the fullest extent to be part of this story The author gave so many side notes in parentheses or any other expressible notation that it could have drove the reader to throw the book against the wall So as Barth does so when he goes to express himself with the following because all these digressions suspensions parentheses and brackets are setting the Narrators teeth on edge77 The text will be to long to show an example from the story Lets try it anyway Parenthesized elements in this case amplification that might indeed be cut but might
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