Over a relatively short period of its history, literature has become closely linked to the book; but literature preceded the book, and today its creation, due to its digital form, is more and more linked to screens or to sound output interfaces. Because the screen is not a material object but a virtual one, it can take as many forms as its users wish. This article attempts, first by means of an excerpted short story by the author and then in a theoretical discussion, to demonstrate and analyze some of the implications of the use of the screen in the field of e-literature.

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