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Edited on 2015-02-26 09:32:51 by MorganAdmin
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There's a stylistic flaw in the last sentence. "Here" isn't emphatic enough to suggest that it means, "Here, in this hypertext essay." That's not a link problem. It's a problem of emphasis and reference.
**Price's advice overlooks the idea that a link is primarily a rhetorical element. A reader is persuaded to use the link or not by the writer. The link in Price is most often a distraction from a straight-and-narrow pursuit for the end of the reading. It is not something can be used rhetorically to deepen the reader's understanding, engagement, or attention to the text and ideas.**
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There's a stylistic flaw in the last sentence. "Here" isn't emphatic enough to suggest that it means, Here, in this hypertext essay.
**Price's advice overlooks the central idea that a link is a choice a reader is persuaded into making by the writer. The link in Price is simply there, not something can be used rhetorically to deepen understanding of the text.**


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Edited on 2015-02-26 09:27:29 by MorganAdmin
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**Price's advice overlooks the central idea that a link is a choice a reader is persuaded into making by the writer. The link in Price is simply there, not something can be used rhetorically to deepen understanding of the text.**
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**I'm suggesting that Price's advice overlooks the central idea that a link is a choice a reader is persuaded into making by the writer. The link in Price is simply there, not something can be used rhetorically to deepen understanding of the text.**


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