Afternoon: A Commentary
Members of CCST02, "Telling Stories in Cyberspace," University Scholars Programme, National University of Singapore, Autumn 2000
- Kyris Ang, Afternoon: a story -- an electronic labyrinth?
- Candice Chan Jing Harn, The Never Ending Story
- Jervais Choo, Making Sense of an Afternoon
- Chew Yong Jack, An Afternoon's Roller Coaster Ride
- Chua Pei-Lin, Afternoon, a commentary
- Chua Ping Tzeun, Reinventing Hypertext
- Faizah bte Zakaria, Observing
- Pearl Maria Forss, Detective Story
- Adrian Kang, "The Thing That Should Not Be"
- Desmond KuahA Confusing yet Interesting Story of Sex and Death
- Lam Koi Yau, Journey of a Hypertext Reader: My afternoon reading Joyce's Afternoon
- Eugene Lee, A Confused Afternoon
- Lee Wei Bing, After this, what's next?
- Lim Jien Hwee, The Mind That Spins in Time
- Loi Pei Siang, Edmund, Afternoon: Tragedy, myth, sci-fi, eroticism or fiction?
- Nurhuda bte Ishak, My Take on Afternoon: A Story
- Edwin Ong Bin Leong, Alice In Wonderland (Afternoon)
- Johnny Ong, Detective and Mystery
- Philip Paul Peters, An Intimately Disorienting Afternoon
- Ma Shaoling, Before, during, Afternoon
- Sim Joo Jin, Sex, Death, Fragmentation
- Cindy Tay, Groundless Enthusiasm
- Tay Shi'an, Reading of Afternoon
- Voo Chee Kee, Challenging Afternoon
- Alvin Wee, Hypertext: A Literary Revoloution or Elitist Pastime?
- Wee Liang Meng, The Associative Mind
- Gilbert Wong, Afternoon: Overcoming Closure?
- Wong May Ee, Afternoon -- Elusively Present, Absent, and In
- Rachel Yeo, A Labyrinth
Members of English 111, Autumn 1999
- Monica Lancini, Good Literature on a Computer Screen
- Andres Luco, Experience and Memory
- Courtney Rowe, Joyce's intimate hypertext
Members of English 111, Autumn 1997
- Shakeeb Alireza, Difference, Time and Repetition
- Helen A. Kim, Afternoon: A Critique
- David P. Lichtenstein, Reconfiguring Reading?
- Armando Manalo, The Pleasures of the Text
- Michelle Neuringer, Roads, Paper, and Afternoon
- Izel Sulam, Commentary
- Erin Suzuki, Memory Embodied
- Elbert S. Ventura, Overcast Afternoon
- David M. Yun, A Reader Rethinks His Notion of the Reader
- Asia Wong, I'm not sure . . .