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VII:31.  [However,] poets, even the most codextextual, have also been concerned with the notion of performance, if not of the work itself in ritual, vocalized utterance, then at least in the performance of their texts within the world of letters or, indeed, reputation. So I want to examine those types of performance which are accessible to some basic varieties of language art, while bearing in mind the potential for interactivity which is presented by these various performance modes, aiming to arrive at a point in which the mode of performance offered by a cybertextual poetics may be perceived more clearly.
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