between Old and New Testaments has received considerable attention during the past three decades, biblical scholars here address the much less studied intertextuality
in the major deuterocanonical books as well as in related texts such as Second Baruch, Fourth Ezra, and the Prayer of Manasseh.
Despite the great importance of intertextuality
in German parliamentary discourse, the phenomenon still remains relatively unexplored.
These publications often include the field of intertextuality
. In isolation, literary texts carry no significance.
Memory and Intertextuality
in Renaissance Literature
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.
Paul Auster, Sherman Alexie, Raymond Carver), allowing Slethaug to illustrate the expansiveness of intertextuality
. Every chapter deals with at least two films, and for each film, Slethaug goes through an author--director-film analysis.
Abstract: This paper presents the method of intertextuality
conceived not in a general manner, but in its application to the biblical texts.
There could be no more persuasive and compelling argument presented of the continued relevance of inquiries into influence (or dialogue, or intertextuality
) than the strong, wide-ranging, deeply thought-out, and original essays herein contained.
Beltran, CCP Intertextual Division chief, said that the primary goal of the three-day event is to define intertextuality
through the pocket events.
The Great American Scaffold: Intertextuality
and Identity in American Presidential Discourse.