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- WYATT'S 'DYVERS DOTHE USE': A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL PUZZLE. Kay, Donald // American Notes & Queries;Jan71, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p73
Examines a bibliographical puzzle posed by the use of the phrase, Dyvers dothe use, by Thomas Wyatt. Discovery of the phrase in 1816 by George Frederick Nott; Irony in the claim of Nott on the discovery of the phrase.
- INTERTEXTUALITY H.R.E. // New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics;1993, p620
This article presents a definition of the phrase INTERTEXTUALITY. INTERTEXTUALITY refers to those conditions of textuality (q.v.) which affect and describe the relations between texts, and in most respects is synonymous with textuality. It originates in the crisis of representation and the...
- Allusions: The right references. Montoya, Sarah // Secretary;Jun/Jul97, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p2
Discusses the implied and indirect references of allusions. Examples of allusions in biblical, political-economic, musical industry and in business; What the various kinds of allusions do to the readers and listeners.
- AN ALLUSION TO A PROVINCIAL PLAY PERFORMANCE IN THE MEMORANDUM BOOK OF SIR RICHARD CHOLMELEY OF BRANDSBY IN 1618. Keenan, Siobhan // Notes & Queries;Dec2000, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p478
Focuses on the allusion to a provincial play performance in the memorandum book of Sir Richard Cholmeley of Brandsby, Yorkshire, England in 1618. Records naming the titles of the plays performed; Participation of English catholics.
- THE "AYLL OF HELY" ALLUSION IN THE PRIMA PASTORUM. Jambeck, Thomas J. // English Language Notes;Sep79, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the occurrence of allusions in the play 'Prima Pastorum.' Impact of allusions on Christians; Doctrinal structure of the play; Theological implications of allusions.
- TWO ALLUSIONS TO JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS IN ULYSSES: "WUSSER SCARED" AND "CORPOROSITY" REDUX. Bickley Jr., R. Bruce // English Language Notes;Sep79, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p42
Identifies the allusions in the book 'Ulysses,' by Joel Chandler Harris. Parodic style of the book; Derivation of a tar-baby tale; Identification of rhythms and inflections of dialect on the novel.
- QUERIES. // American Notes & Queries;Mar/Apr82, Vol. 20 Issue 7/8, p121
Presents queries on literature. Quotations; Allusions in Mark Twain's works 'Roughing It' and 'Innocents Abroad'; Quote which appeared in the novel 'The Dean's December.'
- No writer can be too rich or too thin in use of allusions. LaRocque, Paula // Quill;Dec96, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p23
Urges writers to use allusions in media writing. Journalists' reluctance to use allusions; Kinds of allusions to avoid; Allusions as a tool to add color and depth to journalists' communication; Use of literature to emphasize messages.
- AN UNNOTICED BIBLICAL ALLUSION IN 'FINNEGAN'S WAKE.' Jacobson, Howard // English Language Notes;Sep2001, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p70
Comments on the biblical allusion in Finnegans Wake. Quotation of Jesus' last words; Implication of intertwine allusions between the poem 'et tu, Healy' and Jesus' last word; Parallelism of the betrayal of Parnell with the betrayal of Jesus.