QUOTE 44 from:
Bernstein, M. (1999) 'Patterns of Hypertext' Proceedings of Hypertext ('98). Available from http://www.eastgate.com/patterns/Print.html; accessed 5/11/04
In the Cycle, the reader returns to a previously-visited node and eventually departs along a new path. Cycles create recurrence  and so express the presence of structure. Kolb's Socrates In The Labyrinth  discusses the role of the Cycle in argumentation, showing how hypertext cycles emerge naturally from traditional argumentative forms.