Metalepsis in Digital Poetry: Representing Australian Suburbia through the Convergence of the Verse Novel and Electronic Literature and Chamberlain Street
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Using a practise-led research methodology, my creative work, “Chamberlain Street”, utilises the convergence of the verse novel and electronic literature to create a longer work of digital poetry focused on the events in a suburban street. The exegesis combines an in-depth analysis into existing representations of suburbia with an examination into metalepsis in the verse novel and works of electronic literature. This analysis is used to propose a new hybrid genre, the digital verse novel.
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