"Fibonacci's Daughter" features "rich, multichannel input in graphics, animation, and music; dramatic shifts in narrative point of view; a variety of conduits that convey different chunks of narrative; layers of literary and historical references; and an histoire, or story line, that is conspicuously incomplete, despite its varied possible conclusions. A simple précis of Fibonacci's Daughter would feature protagonist Annabelle Thompson, the daughter of gamblers, who sets up a stall in California's Huntington Beach Mall, where she uses numerology and Fibonacci numbers to sell insurance policies that work as hedges against the failure of her customer's best laid plans." -- Jane Yellowlees Douglas, ACM SIGWEB Newsletter, Volume 9, Issue 1
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Marjorie Luesebrink donated this work to the Electronic Literature Lab in September of 2021.
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