Intertextuality In Literature

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The intertextuality is the significant critical thinking of the 1960s. It is one of the principles and tools of the critical approach, by which the text can be read in the light of the questioning of the interpretations of its marks, which raises the problem of productivity, through which the artistic work is produced in relation to other works. To a set an earlier text. In other world the intertextuality is a new text from previous texts and a summary of texts that have become compatible with each other. Only its impact remains. Only the typical reader can discover the origin. It is to enter into a relationship with texts in different ways. The text interacts with the past, present and future and its interaction with reader. Intertextuality…show more content…
Whether the author entered those texts consciously or spontaneously unconscious. Kristeva argues that the text is the intersection of other texts where we read at least a text in which is consistent with Bakhtin theory, that each text is a mosaic of quotations, and each text is absorbed and converted to other text. (María Jesús Martínez Alfaro 1996:268) Intertextuality in literature generally used within historiographic metafiction to impose question about the outcome of using history. It is possible to access the past by extracting it from the narration. The Postmodern history is melted historical and literary texts together. Canada 's theorists, Linda Hutcheon comments “Postmodern metafictions have looked to both the historiographic and fictional accounts of the past in order to study the ideological inscriptions of difference as social inequality. In A Maggot the twentieth-century narrator fills in the background of the eighteenth century’s sexism and classism as it is needed in order to explain the characters’ actions”.( Cherie Allan, 2012:13 . It is kind of confrontation with the
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