New World Order: Basra: A New Dawn in Electronic Literature


  • Rabia Aamir NUML Author



Digital Humanities, cyber textual project, visual analysis, digital narrative, electronic literature


In this age of techno globalization “contemporary artists, poets, and musicians [are] making imaginative use of algorithms to generate new works and taking advantage of communications networks to craft cyber textual projects or works in cross-media formats” (Burdick 8). It is one of these cyber textual projects and a cross media format that this article takes as case study to explore. Titled “New World Order: Basra”i by Sandy Baldwin, this cyber textual project integrates, apparently, two very different genres of expression, i.e. a poem and a typical game of shooting and hunting. The visual analysis of the electronic digital narrative titled “New World Order: Basra” by Sandy Baldwin entails different steps for this visual analysis; namely composition interpretation, Semiology, and Discourse Analysis, discussed here shortly.




How to Cite

Rabia Aamir. (2019). New World Order: Basra: A New Dawn in Electronic Literature. University of Chitral Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 3(I), 1-11.

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