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'This article elaborates how the fate of the hypertext novel, touted by some as the heir to the printed, bound codex, reveals a potential that has largely gone unfulfilled. Pinder examines what role, if any, hypertext literature may play in the wider field of literature, considering how fiction may more successfully move from the print to the digital age and how it may further develop its interactive potential in that transition.'--Philament.