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1. INTRODUCTION: TRANSTEXTUALITY MEETS CYBERTEXTUALITY

2. ARCHITEXTUALITY AND METAMEDIA

3. TO COMMENT OR TO COMMAND: METATEXTUALITY AND THE PROGRAMMABLE PERFORMATIVE POWER(S)

4. PARATEXTS: TO SERVE AND TO PROTECT

5. INTERTEXTUALITY AND THE METAPHYSICS OF LINKS

6. HYPERTEXTUALITY AND THE TRULY TRANSTEXTUAL MACHINES

7. FROM CYBERTEXT TO CYBERTEXT AND BACK AGAIN