of day, of night

"In 'of day, of night', a woman has lost the ability to dream. She sets herself a series of creative tasks in an attempt to spark her unconscious into dreaming again. Readers select objects from various locations in the day - a street, the market, the river or a cafe - and they imagine their fictional traces and histories." -- From ELO Repository

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The N. Katherine Hayles Collection

Published in 2002 by Eastgate Systems, Inc..

This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Dr. N. Katherine Hayles in December of 2017. Copy media format: CD-ROM.

PUBLICATION TYPE

E-lit Object