Going back to my intention to explain the value of intertextuality in learning in the age of digital reason, evoking the fields that the book does not (overtly) cover (semiotics and multimodality as distinct approaches to communication), i must first say that intertextuality is a complex and contested term. Intertextuality is the shaping of texts' meanings by other texts it can refer to an author's borrowing and transformation of a prior text or to a reader's referencing of one text in reading another. Abstract: the terms,influence and intertextuality in this paper, refers to far more than the influences of painters on each other rather, it is primarily associated with certain artists who deliberately adopt, inherit or take over iconic subject.
I am indebted to stendahl for pointing this out because it pointed me in the direction that i took with my dissertation, then my book, which was to look more closely at what this johannine influence is doing in the book of mormon. Search for other works by this author on: india, with its colonial history and contemporary postcolonial culture, offers a rich site for the study of both influence and intertextuality through the rise of orientalism, it was india which first exercised a literary influence on the west, an. Influence on this dissertation as well as on my work for the rest of my career thanks should also go to sarah weiss whose thoughts on critical th eory influenced my work.
Torah old and new: exegesis, intertextuality, and hermeneutics exegesis, intertextuality, and hermeneutics the law by the numbers and its influence in. After hitchcock: influence, imitation, and intertextuality alfred hitchcock is arguably the most famous director to have ever made a film almost single-handedly he turned the suspense thriller into one of the most popular film genres of all time, while his psycho updated the horror film and inspired two generations of directors to imitate and. Since readers take influence from other texts, and while reading new texts they sift through archives, this device gives them relevance and clarifies their understanding of the new texts for writers, intertextuality allows them to open new perspectives and possibilities to construct their stories. Intertextuality is the way that one text influences another this can be a direct borrowing such as a quotation or plagiarism, or slightly more indirect such as parody , pastiche , allusion , or translation.
And it has a critical function: intertextuality, like influence or imitation, is not neutral and thus hints at its underlying socio-political importance the essays grouped together here were originally presented in a seminar at the 2010 acla meeting in new orleans entitled intertextualities: text, image, and beyond. Intertextuality and influence: chinua achebe's anthills of the savannah (1987) and chimamanda ngozi adichie's half of a yellow sun (2006. Ii the term intertextuality was coined by julia kristeva in 1966, and since that time has come to have almost as many meanings as users, from [end page 227] those faithful to kristeva's original vision to those who simply use it as a stylish way of talking about allusion and influence 5 let us begin, however, by spelling out what the term originally meant for kristeva and her mentor/colleague.
Intertextuality bakhtin and kristeva kristeva further destabilized the notion of the self, psychologicalizing language under the influence of jacques lacan. Free intertextuality papers, - looking at letters and other worlds and to a sad daughter poetry is a genre of great influence, of free flowing ideas, political. Rowling, molesworth, influence and intertextuality september 8, 2016 by john 4 comments jo rowling has been quite explicit about the origin of the name of the school for witchcraft and wizardry in her harry potter novels. Influence and intertextuality in literary history by jay clayton, 9780299130343, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide.
Intertextuality has become something of a buzz word in christian academic literature but the term probably will or perhaps has begun to influence church leaders through commentaries and through the popular(ish) writings of richard hays. Intertextuality is the shaping of texts' meanings by other texts it can refer to an author's borrowing and transformation of a prior text or to a reader's. Request pdf on researchgate | intertextuality in critical discourse analysis | operationalizes the concept of intertextuality by using it to analyze sample texts certain dimensions of. [google scholar]: 3), whereas 'intertextuality has to do with a much more impersonal field of crossing texts' (4), influence must play a role in the discussion insofar as it acknowledges coetzee's intertextual choices as historico-politically anchored and biographically charged.