This is an excerpt from the interactive fiction called Victory Garden. It should show you how the text works -- how you can play out the story by moving through its writing spaces. It should also give you some sense of who and what Victory Garden is about. However, the places gathered here represent only a small subset of the total (about ten percent), and the arrangement of links and paths doesn't necessarily reflect the architecture of the work as a whole.
The complete Victory Garden was written with the Storyspace hypertext authoring system. This Sampler was ported to the World Wide Web with the HTML converter included in Storyspace 1.3. HTML does not currently support all the hypertext features that Storyspace does (conditional links, for instance), so this Sampler differs in some ways from the complete text. I have tried to stay as close as possible to the look and feel of the original.
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