It is conceived that hypertext fragments and atomizes a text by destroying the notion of linearity which results in a deconstructed, dynamic, and dispersed text. As a result, the relationship between a text and hypertext seems to be blurred, destroyed, and dissentangled; concrete lines of demarcation between them are constantly drawn. Nevertheless, the link between textuality and hypertextuality could be differently revisited. Hypertextuality is a subset of textuality, rather than an adversary. The former is a derivative of the latter. It is a digital form of textuality; a different form of narrative structure. Hence, text and hypertext could be dovetailed.