This chapter provides a definition of digital literature and describes its characteristics. It evaluates the distinction between digital literature and digital art. It considers the role of the author in text production by narrative machines and bacteria. It also raises the question of literature versus installation, stating that the phenomenon of digital aesthetics is full of borderline cases.
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