One of the opening pages or "lexia" in Michael Joyce's Woe.  The map (woe begins) is visible behind or beneath the text.  Clicking on the word "mountain" takes one to a page called "I. Mountain." Selecting the default
(<--> arrow) brings you to a page called "she".  Selecting the forward arrow brings a page called "relic"

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The map around mandala.  The other first level pages or lexia have other lexia within them.  (There is a page called called "relic," but it is not within the structure here entitled "relic", but is out on another branch, within a structure called second son in NE)


 

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A page explaining the navigation "rosette" in Storyspace.

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This is the screen which appears when the ? is clicked.  From here, one can select which page is current, see previous pages visited and make them current , etc.

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A page linked to "mandala"

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Another page linked to Mandala.  This page, however, is not part of the "relic" structure which can be seen in the "woe begins" map, but is out on another branch (which can be seen in the background of this screen capture) called "Second Son in NE"

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A page linked to "Mandala" by clicking on the word "mountain"

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An expanded view of the structure around "Relic" (a first-level lexia linked to "Mandala" as seen in the "Woe Begins" map.

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