INTERTEXTUALITY

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Intertextuality

Author : Graham Allen
ISBN : 9780415174749
Genre : Literary Criticism
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No text has its meaning alone; all texts have their meaning in relation to other texts. Since Julia Kristeva coined the term in the 1960s, intertextuality has been a dominant idea within literary and cultural studies leaving none of the traditional ideas about reading or writing undisturbed. Graham Allen's Intertextuality outlines clearly the history and the use of the term in contemporary theory, demonstrating how it has been employed in: structuralism post-structuralism deconstruction postcolonialism Marxism feminism psychoanalytic theory. Incorporating a wealth of illuminating examples from literary and cultural texts, this book offers an invaluable introduction to intertextuality for any students of literature and culture.
Category: Literary Criticism

Intertextuality

Author : Michael Worton
ISBN : 0719027640
Genre : Intertextuality
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Since Julia Kristeva coined the term in 1966, intertextuality has become one of the major fields of textual enquiry throughout the world. Offering both a series of contemporary attitudes towards the subject and a number of radical proposals for future research, this volume contains essays by American, British and Australian scholars, including Ross Chambers, John Frow and Michael Riffaterre.
Category: Intertextuality

Intertextuality

Author : Heinrich F. Plett
ISBN : UVA:X002065290
Genre : Discourse analysis
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Category: Discourse analysis

Intertextuality In Ugarit And Israel

Author : Johannes Cornelis De Moor
ISBN : 9004111549
Genre : Religion
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In modern literary studies intertextuality is at the centre of interest. Although the relationship between texts has always been an important aspect of Old Testament studies, especially in literary criticism, the scale of comparison has broadened, including for example the interrelationships between the First, Second and Third Isaiah, or the whole Book of the Twelve. These relatively new approaches raise a number of methodical questions which were addressed at the Tenth Joint Meeting of the British Society for Old Testament Study and the Dutch 'Oudtestamentisch Werkgezelschap', held at Oxford, 22nd to 25th July 1997. Did the ancient authors have a well-defined concept of a book? How did they relate to the literary work of their predecessors and contemporaries? Can we trace the theological motifs behind their use of other literary compositions? What does an ancient version reveal about the way it interpreted its source text? One of the problems confronting biblical scholars in this kind of research is the lack of controllable models. Therefore it is useful to study the work of the Ugaritic chief priest Ilimilku whose three major literary compositions provide us with a unique possibility to monitor intertextual relationships in the work of one and the same ancient author. Ugaritic and other ancient Near Eastern parallels help us to understand how the Priestly writer re-interpreted the Yahwistic account of the creation of mankind. Apparently intertextuality in Israel is a phenomenon which cannot properly be understood without taking other literature from the ancient world into account.
Category: Religion

History And Poetics Of Intertextuality

Author : Marko Juvan
ISBN : 1557535035
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Marko Juvan's History and Poetics of Intertextuality is a revised and updated translation of his 2000 book Intertekstualnost (Intertextuality). In his book, Juvan argues that while intertextuality is constitutive of all textuality it may be grounded in certain literary works, genres, or styles (e.g., parody or allusion as forms of citationality). He surveys the field in order to ground the poetics of intertextuality in the history of its idea from Kristeva to New Historicism and citationality from Genette's late structuralism to text theory. In humanities scholarship literary studies have transformed the notion of intertextuality from its transgressive content into a detailed descriptive methodology. However, by bringing citationality into focus, they also stressed that literature is an autopoetic system, living on cultural memory, and interacting with other social discourses. The poetics of intertextuality proposed here, based mainly on semiotics, elucidates factors determining the socio-historically elusive border between general intertextuality and citationality (encyclopaedic literary competence, paratext, etc.) and explores modes of intertextual representation, stressing that pre-texts evoked or re-written in post-texts figure as interpretants of the latter and vice versa. Intertextual derivations and references, which have become common in literary culture, are finally explained as intertextual figures and genres.
Category: Literary Criticism

Intertextuality Allusion And Quotation

Author : Udo J. Hebel
ISBN : STANFORD:36105038517038
Genre : Reference
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Offering a compiliation of more than 2,000 critical studies, this one-of-a-kind bibliography deals not only with the relatively new concept of intertextuality and its predominantly poststructuralist implications, but also with the time-honored concepts of allusion and quotation--which have seen a remarkable renaissance in the wake of intertextual enthusiasm. This volume goes beyond earlier references, both in scope and quantity, to document scholarly achievements in intertextual research and to serve as a guide to previously unexplored topics.
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Influence And Intertextuality In Literary History

Author : John B Clayton
ISBN : 0299130347
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This collection explores and clarifies two of the most contested ideas in literary theory - influence and intertextuality. The study of influence tends to centre on major authors and canonical works, identifying prior documents as sources or contexts for a given author. Intertextuality, on the other hand, is a concept unconcerned with authors as individuals; it treats all texts as part of a network of discourse that includes culture, history and social practices as well as other literary works. In thirteen essays drawing on the entire spectrum of English and American literary history, this volume considers the relationship between these two terms across the whole range of their usage.
Category: Literary Criticism

Shakespeare Italy And Intertextuality

Author : Michele Marrapodi
ISBN : 0719066662
Genre : Drama
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Introduction; Part I: Theory And Practice; Part II: Culture And Tradition; Part III: Text And Ideology; Part IV: Stage And Spectacle; Afterword; Select bibliography; Index.
Category: Drama

Intertextuality And Victorian Studies

Author : Sudha Shastri
ISBN : 8125020888
Genre : English fiction
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This book explores the recall of the Victorians, displayed by select novels ranging in time from Rhys s Wide Sargasso Sea (1996) to A. S. Byatt s Possession: A Romance (1990). These Victorianist novels are complex studies of Victorian literature, society and modes of representation.
Category: English fiction