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 For hypertext: Authors can design for movement and antiticipation rather than despair at the loss of a single reading path. Think of a reading path as a melody or its variation. For hypertext: Authors can design for movement and antiticipation rather than despair at the loss of a single reading path. Think of a reading path as a melody or its variation.
  
-Or multiple worlds, as in [[A Rich Concepts of the Reader]].+Or multiple worlds, as in [[A Rich Concept of the Reader]].
  
  
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