This site is devoted to the idea that literature can be analyzed in a hypertextual manner. A certain word or phrase may appear several times for a given book, and we believe there is meaning embedded in the links between the occurrences. This site allows you to treat a book like a brain, with synaptic connections from word to word, strengthening the meaning behind the text. As you explore the books, remember, every word is a link, click it to see where it leads.
The Hypertext Library was made by Noah Eisen and Robert Rose. Our initial goal was to improve the performance and aesthetics of this site, which we both used while reading Ulysses.
If you are interested in contributing, requesting a book, or learning more about this website, check out our github page.