الأدب الّرقمي بين المفهوم و التّأسـيس
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No one can argue that the literary text has been affected by the technological advances, resulting in the emergence ofa new type of text, in which Multimedia plays a major role in both its creation and consumption. It is called the hyperlinked digital text. The fact that this type of text never leaves the computer during its whole life cycle requires both the author and the reader to have a certain knowledge of the digital word, since any change in the creative mechanisms generates a change in the consumption, this latter, in the case of the digital text, begins by simply surfing, and ends ends with re-imagining the original text as the reader benefits from a greater freedom to surf with the new text than he has with the text in its original form. We try, in this thesis entitled “digital literature between the concept and the foundation-an approach to the digital narrative technics”, to define and analyse scrupulously the most important terminology that emerged with the new creation that employs the products ofmodern technology to introduce a new Genre that combines literature and electronics and uses Multimedia to produce new forms of digital text open to animation, graphic, audio-visual, cinematic production, and programming technics, and therefore freeing the author from the typical, traditional relation between the different elements of the creative process, and bypassing the traditional presentation of the literary text. From all this, we can affirm that the digital literature is not a digital presentation of a traditional 239 text, these texts can’t be presented in a printed/printable form, or even exist without technology. Then, we go through and examine the digital experiment of Senadjela, evaluating to what point does it apply the digital narration technics, according to a plan structured in a preface, two parts of three chapters each, and a conclusion, in addition to an introduction and an annex consisting of a glossary ofthe terminology used in the thesis.