1. "Jane Yellowlees Douglas...suggests that closure is achieved not when all the lexias have been read, but when the reader learns enough about the central mystery to believe she understands it." Hayles, Flickering connectives.... http://www.iath.virginia.edu/pmc/current.issue/10.2hayles.html (Douglas, Jane Yellowlees. "How Do I Stop This Thing?: Closure and Indeterminacy in Interactive Narratives." Hyper/Text/Theory. Ed. George P. Landrow. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins UP, 1994. 159-188.

2. "From the traditional analysis of catacresis, deconstruction inherits an image of violence that seems inevitably involved in the violation of usage. Williams affords an opportunity to question that inevitability....the impression left by 'a world where the imagination is at play' is decidedly pastoral, somehow beyond 'the use of force.'" Diggory, T., William Carlos Williams and the ethics of painting, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 1991 http://web.edcc.edu/gvb/wcw.html