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Intertextuality, allusion, and quotation

Udo J. Hebel

Intertextuality, allusion, and quotation

an international bibliography of critical studies

by Udo J. Hebel

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Published by Greenwood in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementcompiled by Udo J. Hebel.
SeriesBibliographies and indexes in world literature -- no.18
The Physical Object
Paginationxii,175p. ;
Number of Pages175
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22529044M
ISBN 100313265178

intertextuality and the highly specialized usage of Kristeva, Barthes, and This category comprises specific books or texts mediated directly through the author. Revision, translation, quotation, allusion, sources, conventionally understood, an author's earlier work - all belong here. Largely the dynamic consists of authorial reading and.   Intertextuality is the shaping of a text’s meaning by another text. It is the interconnection between similar and related works of literature that reflects and influences an audience’s interpretation of the text. Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, layer, plagiarism, translation, pastiche and parody. [1] [2] [3]Intertextuality is a literary device that .

An allusion is a brief and concise reference that a writer uses in another narrative without affecting the storyline. Intertextuality, on the other hand, uses the reference of the full story in another text or story as its backbone. Examples of Intertextuality in Literature Example #1: Wide Sargasso Sea (By Jean Rhys). often divided references into quotations, allusions and echoes. There are no In the book, Intertextuality in Biblical writings, Ellen van Wolde. describes the way a .

This book is a comprehensive introduction to the idea of intertextuality and the debates surrounding it, focusing on the four key thinkers whose work has been central to these debates - Kristeva, Barthes, Bloom and Genette. A comprehensive introduction to intertextuality, a term which describes the idea that meaning only exists between a text and all the other texts to . As nouns the difference between intertextuality and quotation is that intertextuality is the idea that a given text is a response to what has already been written, be it explicit or implicit while quotation is a fragment of a human expression that is repeated exactly by somebody else most often a quotation is taken from literature or speech, but scenes from a movie, elements of a .


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Download it once and read. This bibliography offers a compilation of more than critical studies that deal not only with the relatively new concept of intertextuality and its predominantly poststructuralist implications, but also with the time-honored concepts of allusion and quotation, which have seen a remarkable renaissance in the wake of intertextual enthusiasm.

This bibliography offers a compilation of more than critical studies that deal not only with the relatively new concept of intertextuality and its predominantly poststructuralist implications, but also with the time-honored concepts of allusion and quotation, which have seen a remarkable renaissance Intertextuality the wake of intertextual enthusiasm.

Buy the Hardcover Book Intertextuality, Allusion, and Quotation: An International Bibliography of Critical Studies by Udo J. Hebel atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. A quotation can be direct or indirect, like the production of speech (directspeech / indirect speech).

An untagged indirect quote is often called an allusion. In addition, quotations always come with a frame. They are embedded, even it is only one phrase that introduces them. More often a written text will include many quotes or allusions.

As nouns the difference between allusion and quotation is that allusion is an indirect reference; a hint; a reference to something supposed to be known, but not explicitly mentioned; a covert indication while quotation is a fragment of a human expression that is repeated exactly by somebody else most often a quotation is taken from literature or speech, but scenes from a.

"This bibliography is a compilation of over 2, critical studies that focus on the relatively new concept of intertextuality, as well as the more traditional concepts of allusion and quotation Author: Udo J Hebel.

Intertextuality, Allusion, and Quotation by Hebel, Udo J. (editor) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Intertextuality, Allusion, and Quotation: an International Bibliography of Critical Studies Bibliographies and Indexes in World Literature by Hebel, Udo J - AbeBooks.

In following such scholars as Gerard Genette, Julia Kristeva, and Wolf Schmid, who consider allusion and quotation prominent manifestations of intertextuality to be perceived by the reader on the text's surface, Hebel maintains that research in these two concepts can be integrated into the more radical and far-reaching theory of intertextuality, and that the yet unsolved question of where to draw a distinct line between them deserves further : Udo J.

Hebel. On the other hand, vertical intertextuality means a book referring to films, songs, etc. It can happen vice versa as well.

Apart from these two, the literary devices such as allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pastiche, parody, etc., are different types of intertextuality. Intertextuality, Allusion, and Quotation by Hebel, Udo J.

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Hebel. Intertextuality – 8 Types 1. Revision: Changing a text to update it or fit more neatly with the authors goals of vision for the text. Translation: Changing a text from one language to another.

Quotation: Inserting a part of. Intertextuality. Intertextuality. Intertextuality istheshapingofatext’smeaningby another text. Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pasticheand parody.

[1][2][3]Intertextualityisaliterarydevicethatcre- atesan‘interrelationshipbetweentexts’andgeneratesre. ?This bibliography is a compilation of over 2, critical studies that focus on the relatively new concept of intertextuality, as well as the more traditional concepts of allusion and quotation.

• Intertextuality entails more than when one text verbally quotes another text. It also covers allusions to other texts, works of visual art, underlying ideologies, theologies and mythologies.

Get this from a library. Intertextuality, allusion, and quotation: an international bibliography of critical studies. [Udo J Hebel;]. Intertextuality is the shaping of a text's meaning by another text. It is the interconnection between similar or related works of literature that reflect and influence an audience's interpretation of the text.

Intertextuality is the relation between texts that are inflicted by means of quotations and allusion. Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation. Both allusion and pastiche are mechanisms of intertextuality.

Allusion differs from the similar term intertextuality in that it is an intentional effort on the author's part. Her sizeable body of work includes books and essays which address intertextuality, the semiotic, and abjection, in the fields of linguistics, literary theory and criticism, psychoanalysis, biography and autobiography.39 “Intertextuality”: A Reference Guide on Using Texts to Produce Texts.

Clint Johnson. Ways Texts “Connect” or Reference Each Other; How to Reference Completely and Ethically “Intertextuality” is the term for how the meaning of one text changes when we relate it .Intertextuality is the shaping of a text's meaning by another text.

Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pastiche and parody. Intertextuality is a literary device that creates an ‘interrelationship between texts’ and generates related understanding in separate works (“Intertextuality”, ).