عنوان المقالة [English]
Digital interactive literature is a new form of expression that is related to the creation of text through words, and on the other hand, through creation through electronic technology. Of course, this technology is possible through a computer connected to the Internet. In these texts, the penman is confronted with a phenomenon that he did not know before. He has a computer connected to the Internet to read the text. The present study is to investigate the narrative of the novel ‘Robe Mokhaiefeh’ (scary quarter) by Ahmed Khalid Tawfiq based on digital interactive literature using a descriptive-analytic method. The research results show that words do not play a role in the story, but are part of the overall structure of the text. The combination of sentences in this type of narrative is short, and the writer uses a computer, along with words, color, image, movement to convey meaning. Because of the mixture of horror pictures and dramatic music with the text in a digital novel, the reader can feel the reality of words and is in touch with the meaning of words. Also, the use of multi-choice relationships (links) that give the power of discretion to the reader, while enhancing the beauty of literary work, and creating a reader-to-text interaction.
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