Citations with the tag: INTERTEXTUALITY

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  • The state of play and interplay in intertextuality.
    Durey, Jill Felicity // Style; Winter91, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p616 

    Reports that intertextuality or dialogism is the interplay between writers, texts and other texts. Intertextuality as a phenomenon attracting increased attention in literary criticism; Establishment of various schools of thought of their own ideological truths; Start of the scrutiny of...

  • INDEX.
    Durey, Jill Felicity // Around Proust; 1991, p161 

    A subject index for the book "Around Proust," by Richard E. Goodkin is presented.

  • Intertextuality in literature: host and parasite.
    Manyaka, N.J. // South African Journal of African Languages; Nov98, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p102 

    Studies two concepts of intertextuality in literature using the works of D.P.S. Monyaise and M.T. Mmileng. Host and parasite relationship among writers; Monyaise as the host or the precursor writer; Mmileng as the parasite or the writer who feeds on the precursor writer; Host and parasite in...

  • They Know What They're Doing But They Don't Know Why: A Theoretical Exploration of Intertextuality in Interpretation Events.
    Cronn-Mills, Daniel; Orcholski, Megan // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2009, p1 

    They Know What Their Doing But They Don't Know Why: A Theoretical Exploration of Intertextuality in Interpretation Events ..PAT.-Unpublished Manuscript

  • INTERTEXTUALITY AND INFORMATIVITY OF PRESS RELEASES: FACTORS DETERMINING THE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PR PRACTITIONER AND JOURNALIST.
    Superceanu, Rodica // PCTS Proceedings (Professional Communication & Translation Studi; Jun2011, Vol. 4 Issue 1/2, p21 

    Of the textual properties of press releases intertextuality and informativity significantly influence the communication between the PR practitioner and the journalist. The article defines the release intertextuality by highlighting its specific characteristics and suggests future research...

  • RUBEM BRAGRA: INTERTEXTUALIDADE E SOCIEDADE.
    Rodrigues, Tchiago Inague; Mattos, �dima de Souza // Colloquium Humanarum; 2010, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p23 

    It is important to research the intertextual and dialogical relations of different literary-aesthetic manifestation between them, notably the journalistic text and the literature.This article has as object of study the chronicles of Rubem Braga, jornalist and writer who was noted for only...

  • INTERTEXTUALITY.
    Harmon, William // Sewanee Review; Spring1983, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p335 

    Presents the poem "Intertextuality," by William Harmon.

  • INTERTEXTUALITY OF ORGANIZATION AND CAREER IN CONSTRUCTING THE "REALITY" OF CHANGE.
    Hansen, Katharine // TAMARA: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science; 2006, Vol. 5 Issue 3/4, p147 

    This study envisions that both organizations and careers can be perceived as texts and examines the intertextuality of organizations and careers as organizations and individuals construct and reconstruct change through narrative. The study, exploratory in nature, investigates individual/career...

  • Intertextualités (Book).
    Brawley, Robert L. // Review of Biblical Literature; 2002, Vol. 4, p124 

    Reviews the book 'Intertextualities: La Bible en echos,' edited by Daniel Marguerat and Adrian Curtis.

  • Digterlike gesprekke met Van Wyk Louw.
    VILJOEN, LOUISE // Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe; sep2008, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p267 

    The importance of a writer in a literary field can be deduced from a diachronic perspective which is determined by his or her presence in literary histories and from a synchronic perspective which can be deduced by the distribution of a writer's work, its continued presence in academic teaching,...

  • Renard beffato da Chantecler. Renart le Contrefait e il Roman de Renart.
    Lecco, Margherita // Neophilologus; Jul2010, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p391 

    The article examines parallels and discrepancies between the “Chantecler episode” in the Roman de Renart ( branche II) and in Renart le Contrefait ( branche VI), and finds that Renart le Contrefait sometimes follows the original text and sometimes is independent of it, with the use...

  • Book reviews.
    Chambers, Ross // Comparative Literature; Fall95, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p354 

    Reviews the book `Baudelaire and Intertextuality: Poetry at the Crossroads,' by Margery A. Evans.

  • Becoming literate in the technological age: New responsibilities and tools for teachers.
    Smolin, Louanne Ione; Lawless, Kimberly A. // Reading Teacher; Mar2003, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p570 

    Discusses the responsibilities and tools available to teachers to identify literacies in the technological age. Importance of teaching students to read and write in print; Characteristics of a technologically literate person; Overview of visual literacy and intertextuality.

  • EDITOR'S NOTE.
    Smolin, Louanne Ione; Lawless, Kimberly A. // Acta Koreana; Jul2005, Vol. 8 Issue 2, preceding p1 

    Introduces a series of articles on the theme of parody and intertextuality in modern Korean fiction.

  • Cited Works.
    Smolin, Louanne Ione; Lawless, Kimberly A. // Road to Self-revival; 2011, p123 

    The sources cited within this issue are presented including "The Artist Problem in Abdul Wahab Al-Bayyati'd Poetry," by Al-Allaq, Ali Jaafar, "Intertextuality," by Graham Allen, and "Muslim Saints Mystics," by A. J. Arberry.

  • Intertextuality, Critical Politics and the Modernist Canon: The Case of Virginia Woolf.
    Ingelbien, Raphael // Paragraph; Nov99, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p278 

    Shows that modernist studies has been the field in which the theoretical and political ambiguities of the poststructuralist concept has become most evident. How intertextuality has challenged the concepts that governed previous critical approaches; Challenges that intertextuality has...

  • Backtrack to the Future: John E. Stith's/John Dos Passos's Manhattan Transfer.
    Nazare, Joe // Extrapolation (Kent State University Press); Spring2001, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p37 

    Focuses on the intertextuality between the two versions of the novel 'Manhattan Transfer' by John E. Stith and John Dos Passos. Use of modernism and postmodernism dichotomy; Correlation of the shift from modernism to postmodernism with the evolution of capitalism and technology; Placement of...

  • REFLECTIONS ON A MOSAIC COVENANT: THE ETERNAL COVENANT (ISAIAH 24.5) AND INTERTEXTUALITY.
    Polaski, Donald C. // Journal for the Study of the Old Testament; Mar1998, Issue 77, p55 

    Suggests that Isaiah 24 is an intertextual collision point which links the Mosaic covenant seen in Deuteronomy with priestly traditions of sabbath, circumcision and Temple activity. Assumptions about the study of late prophecy literature; Theoretical basis of intertextuality; Similarities of...

  • Intertextuality and the Media (Book Review).
    Van Til, Cheryl // Library Journal; 3/1/2001, Vol. 126 Issue 4, p110 

    Reviews the book 'Intertextuality and the Media: From Genre to Everyday Life,' edited by Ulrike H. Meinhof and Jonathan Smith.

  • Jeremiah 17:19-27: A Rewriting of the Sinaitic Code?
    Gladson, Jerry A. // Catholic Biblical Quarterly; Jan2000, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p33 

    Analyzes the magisterial study of intertextuality offered by Michael Fishbane on Jeremiah 17:19-27 as an example of intrabiblical exegesis. Relevant portion of the passage; What incline most interpreters to regard the passage as exilic or postexilic; Basic criteria for distinguishing...

  • Appendix: ironic trans-contextualisation in a work of postmodern parody.
    Gladson, Jerry A. // Postmodern Studies; 2014, Vol. 50, p289 

    An appendix to the book "Poetic Revolutionaries: Intertextuality and Subversion" is presented.

  • Baudelaire and Intertextuality: Poetry at the Crossroads.
    Hiddleston, J.A. // Modern Language Review; Jul95, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p766 

    Reviews the book `Baudelaire and Intertextuality: Poetry at the Crossroads,' by Margery A. Evans.

  • Intertextualities, Cosmopolitanisms, and Comparative Literature.
    Figueira, Dorothy M. // Comparatist; May2011, Vol. 35, p1 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the journal including the book reviews, the article on intertextuality and cosmopolitanism, and cross-cultural essays.

  • Book reviews.
    Strauss, Walter A. // Comparative Literature Studies; 1996, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p128 

    Reviews the book `Baudelaire and Intertextuality: Poetry at the Crossroads,' by Margery A. Evans.

  • Sphinx on the Seafoam: A Hermeneutic and Intertextual Reading of Mori Ôgai's "Utakata no ki" and "Fumizukai".
    Vasiljevic, Nina // Japanese Language & Literature; 2011, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p677 

    An abstract of the article "Sphinx on the Seafoam: A Hermeneutic and Intertextual Reading of Mori Ôgai's Utakata no ki and Fumizukai," by Nina Vasiljevic is presented.

  • A multimodalidade na literatura infantil e a forma��o de professores leitores.
    Belmiro, Celia Abicalil // Revista Brasileira de Ling��stica Aplicada; 2010, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p403 

    This paper presents a part of the results of a Doctorate research on the relations between images and verbal texts in infant literature books and their contribution to the education of teachers. Different discursive resources were found in images and texts in infant literature books towards the...

  • When a 'non-issue' becomes an issue in discourse surrounding LGBT communities.
    Seals, Corinne A. // Journal of Language & Sexuality; 2012, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p231 

    This paper uses the theory of intertextuality to examine the discourse surrounding California's Proposition 8, the statewide ballot measure to reverse legalization of same-sex marriage. More specifically, this paper analyzes the newspaper reports that surfaced in February 2010, concerned with...

  • Dialogues of Violence.
    ANDERSSON, MUFF // Cross / Cultures: Readings in the Post / Colonial Literatures in; 2009, Vol. 104, p191 

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  • CHARACTER, CHARACTERIZATION, AND INTERTEXTUALITY IN NAHMANIDES'S COMMENTARY ON BIBLICAL NARRATIVE.
    Levine, Michelle J. // Hebrew Studies; 2012, Vol. 53, p121 

    This study aims to illustrate how the commentary of Rabbi Moses ben Nahman (Nahmanides) illuminates the complexities of the relationships between biblical characters through his intertextual approach to the interpretation of biblical narrative. A close reader of the Bible, Nahmanides interprets...

  • FOTOÄžRAFTA GÖSTERGELERARASILIK VE YENÄ°DENÃœRETÄ°M.
    ÇETİN, Mukaddes; BAYRAKTAROĞLU, Ali M. // Art-E;  

    With Intertextuality, which has been emerging as a method of postmodern teaching, there's been changes and developments experienced in an artistic sense. The change which's been started with the intertextuality examining the relationship between the two texts, has prepared the ground of forms of...

  • Shakespeare, Italy and Intertextuality.
    Bajetta, Carloo M. // Notes & Queries; Jun2006, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p230 

    The article reviews the book "Shakespeare, Italy and Intertextuality," edited by Michele Marrapodi.

  • THE WORK OF CITATION.
    Bajetta, Carloo M. // Cogitare Enfermagem; jul-sep2010, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p561 

    The article focuses on the significance of citations in integrating methodologies and theories in research works that are applicable to nursing. While citations claimed to be useful for integrating research ideas, it notes that problems of intertextuality are also considered. It mentions cut and...

  • Missionary Ethics in Q 10:2-12.
    Roth, Dieter T. // Hervormde Teologiese Studies; 2012, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p1 

    Elements of the mission discourse of the Synoptic Gospels are found in Mark 6:6b-13; Matthew 9:35-10:15; Luke 9:1-6 and Luke 10:1-20. Similarities and differences in these accounts have led many New Testament scholars to posit the presence of a mission discourse in Q. This discourse, along with...

  • Intertextuality: Debates and Contexts.
    Cooper, Sarah // French Studies; Jan2005, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p131 

    Reviews the book "Intertextuality: Debates and Contexts," by Mary Orr.

  • History and Poetics of Intertextuality.
    Komaromi, Ann // Canadian Slavonic Papers; Jun-Sep2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2/3, p397 

    The article reviews the book "History and Poetics of Intertextuality," by Marko Juvan.

  • VRAISEMBLANCE.
    Komaromi, Ann // Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary & Cultural Criticism; 1995, p317 

    A definition of the term "vraisemblance" is presented. It is the French word for credibility which refers to the cultural models wherein a text is placed so that its meaning can be recovered and understood. It is the discursive matrix where the strange and deviant are brought to become coherent...

  • WHAT IS THE TEXT? AUTHORITY AND AUTHENTICITY IN MUGA.
    Bruno, Antonetta L. // Acta Koreana; Jun2008, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p17 

    "What is the text? Authority and authenticity in muga." This question is the essential issue which I intend to elaborate in this article. One of the main issues to consider in translation work is the identification of the author. In the case of muga, the identification of the author or authors...

  • Joyce & Flaubert.
    GORDON, JOHN // English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920; 2013, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p415 

    The article reviews the book "Strandentwining Cable: Joyce, Flaubert, and Intertextuality," by Scarlett Baron.

  • Intertextuality as a Tool to Determine Syntax.
    Hammouri, Yazeed M.; Jarrah, Marwan A.; Khawaldeh, Sami K. // International Journal of Linguistics (IJL); Apr2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p209 

    The aim of the present study was to indicate that intertextuality could be a viable approach to determine certain syntactical aspects through laying down the intended meaning of words. In order to do just this, the researchers selected a syntactically ambiguous verse cited from the Glorious...

  • Flaubert as Omphalos.
    CROWLEY, RONAN // James Joyce Literary Supplement; Fall2013, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p4 

    The article rewires the book "Strandentwining Cable: Joyce, Flaubert, and Intertextuality" by Scarlett Baron.

  • Co-Relation of Paradigmatic and Syntagmatic Intertextuality in Distopian Literature.
    Gavrikova, Yu. S. // Bulletin of PNU; 2013, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p297 

    In the process of analyzing the textual interactions, the phenomenon of intertextuality is of primary im-portance. Intertextuality can be of two types: paradigmatic and syntagmatic. These two types do not exist separately but are interdependent. In dystopian texts both intertextual markers can...

  • History and Poetics of Intertextuality.
    Tenen, Dennis // Slavic & East European Journal; Summer2012, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p309 

    The article reviews the book "History and Poetics of Intertextuality," by Marko Juvan.

  • THE TYPOLOGY OF INTERTEXTUAL INTERACTION M. MAETERLINCK'S PLAY "BLUE BIRD" AND I.D. SURGUCHEV'S TALE "GOVERNOR.".
    Maslova, Y. P. // Modern Research of Social Problems; 2012, Issue 2, p286 

    Purpose: To consider, how specificity intertextual communications to lead I.D.Surguchev's tale and M.Meterlink's play-fairy tale are determined by a genre originality of a literary work. Methodology: The basic methods is the intertextual analysis and the historical-typological method, allowing...

  • Intertextuality, Literary Competence and the Question of Readership: Some Preliminary Observations.
    Edenburg, Cynthia // Journal for the Study of the Old Testament; 12/01/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p131 

    This article reconsiders the extent recitation and memorization played in the process of the literary composition and transmission of biblical texts, and attempts to distinguish between aurally recognizable intertextual echoes, as opposed to literary patterning based upon visual recognition. The...

  • Intertextuality: Infectious echoes from the past.
    Cairney, Trevor // Reading Teacher; Mar90, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p478 

    Focuses on intertextual relationships in reading and writing of children aged 6-12 years. Difference between high and low ability readers; Use of specific ideas without copying plot; Creation of a narrative from several other narratives.

  • Counterfiction in the Work of Kim Newman: Rewriting Gothic SF as "Alternate-Story Stories."
    Hills, Matt // Science Fiction Studies; Nov2003, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p436 

    This essay considers how possible worlds theory has been applied to science fiction, arguing that such an approach has tended to obscure issues of intertextuality within science fiction's diegetic world-building. Rather than addressing sf's alternative histories as "counterfactuals," it is...

  • Book reviews.
    Carnero-Gonzalez, Jose // Style; Spring93, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p155 

    Reviews the book `Ulysses as a Paradigm of Intertextuality: The Hypothesis of the Narrator-Quoter,' by Jose Antonio Alvarez Amoros.

  • Founding-Ancestors and Intertextuality in Francophone Caribbean Literature and Criticism.
    Kemedjio, Cilas // Research in African Literatures;  

    Examines the ancestors and intertextuality in Francophone Caribbean literature and criticism. Response to the state of dependency on the emergence of Antillean literature; Challenges faced by people from the modernist paradigm of progress; Ideas associated with modernity.

  • The Touch of the Real in New Historicism and Psychoanalysis.
    Newlin, James // Substance: A Review of Theory & Literary Criticism; 2013, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p82 

    The author explores the problems and power of reading for and from the fragment of the anecdote in 2013. He notes that the notions of "touch" and "real" can be complicated to open up a method of intertextuality for reading the canon.The author states that he acknowledges the New Historicist move...

  • Erratum.
    Newlin, James // Currents in Biblical Research;  

    Erratum to ‘The Ideological Inception of Intertextuality and its Dissonance in Current Biblical Studies’ by David I. Yoon, Currents in Biblical Research, 12(1): 58–76, DOI: 10.1177/1476993X12440563.

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