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The interrelations between literary studies, and posthumanism deserve attention beyond the focus on the representation of posthuman identities on the story level. To explore these, this article looks at examples of interactive digital narratives (IDN): Bandersnatch (2018), a 'choose-your-own-adventure'-type instalment of Netflix's dystopian SF-anthology series Black Mirror, the short film The Angry River (2017), which employs gaze-detection technology to determine what viewers get to see, anddoi:10.16995/olh.4695 fatcat:bkpajo6v4bak3gxiugbk3t7ejq