"The problem we face is how to write in the interstices. If the reader is programming, the reader is programmed. The program that underlies electronic text is print. . . Because it is a system based on recursiveness, the continual replacement of itself, it always must leave what the programmers call a back door, where it accomplished its own rewriting, the interstitial link wherein we enact the replacement of one writing by another." (Joyce 242)

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