THE REMIX PROCEDURE
19. Each chapter in some way 'follows on' from the chapter that precedes
it growing out of the previous one, producing a continuous remix effect.
20. This remix effect is, in part, achieved by the writer utilising at
least two elements from the previous chapter. These elements may be taken
from the text itself, that is, by the inclusion of words, phrases, sentences
or images from the earlier chapter. At other times a more lateral approach
can be used, relating to the shape, weight, mood, texture, meaning, or
emotional impact of the previous chapter. These elements are the connections
between chapters which a reader will be able to recognise, sometimes immediately,
at other times with a little more study.
©2002 Jeff Noon
& Steve Beard
Surface Impression Ltd
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