The Perfect Couple

"They were as devoted as Romeo and Juliet, Bogart and Bacall, Lennon and Ono.

They expected the world to envy them. When it didn't, they became simply more convinced that theirs was a love the world could not understand. Were they visionaries, or just crazy?

Decide for yourself, based on what you read, in what order. Each one-page scene is cross-referenced to four other scenes, forming a web of surprise and delight.

One of the first ambitious uses of HyperCard for hypertext fiction". -- Eastgate Systems, Inc.

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The Sarah Smith Collection

An unpublished copy.

This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Sarah Smith in October of 2017. This copy of the work is saved on a 3.5 inch floppy disk that was originally produced for another program and seems to have been overwritten. A handwritten sticker on the floppy disk reads "Perfect Couple."

PUBLICATION TYPE

E-lit Object