extratextual

extratextual

(ˌɛkstrəˈtɛkstjʊəl)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) outside the text, outside that which has been written
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Thinking of literature in this way also reconciles the autonomous text with its extratextual dimensions, as an assemblage is composed of "a battery of variables individuated from multiple fields simultaneously: linguistic, material, social, territorial, emotional, evental" (91).
No plano das estruturas de retorica, o ensaista cinematografico, portanto, e um autor extratextual que cria um sujeito enunciador, cujo papel e representar a visao do diretor para o filme.
Decodificar, comprender los contextos y todo elemento textual (o extratextual tacito) son habilidades que se adquieren con los anos.
Furthermore, in order to highlight the similarities, we note that both Jaber and Garcia Marquez produce narrative cycles in which they implicate themselves by suggesting links between intratextual events and characters, on the one hand, and the extratextual factual world, on the other.
Como parte de este contenido se puede brindar informacion relevante o extratextual (7).
No obstante, es improcedente inscribir este texto con propiedad dentro de una tendencia testimonial, pues ejecuta una evidente ruptura frente a los codigos literales de referencialidad extratextual del testimonio.
Certainly, the extratextual baggage of Rourke or Gibson would have overburdened the film's semiotic register.
Benjamin, sostiene Fielbaum, encuentra en el discurso literario una via de orientacion para pensar la realidad historica extratextual.
Por otra parte, destacan el interes ontologico, mas que politico o militante, por la defensa del medio ambiente y la selva tropical, asi como la busqueda extratextual de una felicidad inaprensible, escurridiza y ambigua.
10 May 2016 - US-based consulting firm Mercer's Australia-based investments company Mercer Pty Ltd unit has acquired Australia-based web-based e-compliance and risk management solution ExtraTextual, the company said.
Esse fator extratextual, pertencente ao contexto, contribui para o acabamento do enunciado, de modo a permitir-lhe que seja respondido.
An act of violence at the pic's end suddenly adds a major extratextual blow likely to leave many viewers (especially French viewers) reeling.