Intertextuality and Victorian Studies

Intertextual activities function , in effect , as echoic utterances : From the pragmatic point of view , what is important is that a speaker can use an echoic utterance to convey a whole range of attitudes and emotions , ranging from ...

Intertextuality and Victorian Studies

This book explores the recall of the Victorians, displayed by select novels ranging in time from Rhys s Wide Sargasso Sea (1996) to A. S. Byatt s Possession: A Romance (1990). These Victorianist novels are complex studies of Victorian literature, society and modes of representation.

Intertextuality in Modern Arabic Literature Since 1967

The Past in the Present : aspects of intertextuality in modern literature in the Gulf Gail Ramsay University of Uppsala Theoretical Concepts In this article a number of novels and short stories from the United Arab Emirates ( UAE ) ...

Intertextuality in Modern Arabic Literature Since 1967


Intertextuality in Western Art Music

This sketch of an intertextual analysis makes no claims to being definitive , authoritative , or closed . Instead , it is an example of the multiple texts that we bring to understanding music . In order to situate the Romanze ...

Intertextuality in Western Art Music

The first book-length consideration of questions relating to music and meaning.

Intertextuality and the Media

Intertextuality and ' Irishness ' in advertising The aim of investigating these advertisements is to see what role they play in intertextual constructions of Irishness , how they relate ( intertextually ) to the prescribed texts of ...

Intertextuality and the Media

The essays in this volume focus on one of the most influential yet confusing concepts in modern critical thinking, that of intertextuality.

Shakespeare Italy and Intertextuality

7 On the theory of intertextuality and its terminology see in particular M. Bakhtin , ' Discourse in the Novel ' , in The Dialogic Imagination : Four Essays , ed . Michael Holquist , trans . Caryl Emerson and M. Holquist ( Austin ...

Shakespeare  Italy  and Intertextuality

Introduction; Part I: Theory And Practice; Part II: Culture And Tradition; Part III: Text And Ideology; Part IV: Stage And Spectacle; Afterword; Select bibliography; Index.

Intertextuality

cultural manifestations , knowing that any application of it now will itself be an intertextual or transpositional event . We can make this point even clearer by recognizing that intertextuality as a concept with a complex history ...

Intertextuality

No text has its meaning alone; all texts have their meaning in relation to other texts. Since Julia Kristeva coined the term in the 1960s, intertextuality has been a dominant idea within literary and cultural studies leaving none of the traditional ideas about reading or writing undisturbed. Graham Allen's Intertextuality outlines clearly the history and the use of the term in contemporary theory, demonstrating how it has been employed in: structuralism post-structuralism deconstruction postcolonialism Marxism feminism psychoanalytic theory. Incorporating a wealth of illuminating examples from literary and cultural texts, this book offers an invaluable introduction to intertextuality for any students of literature and culture.

Intertextual Encounters in American Fiction Film and Popular Culture

8 INTERTEXTUAL ANIMATION : THE CLASSIC WARNER BROTHERS CARTOONS AND ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE In a 1995 essay about the classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons made by the Warner Brothers studio , David Chute explains that “ the ...

Intertextual Encounters in American Fiction  Film  and Popular Culture

Intertextual encounters occur whenever an author or the author s text recognizes, references, alludes to, imitates, parodies, or otherwise elicits an audience member s familiarity with other texts. F. Scott Fitzgerald and Nathanael West use the fiction of Horatio Alger, Jr., as an intertext in their novels, The Great Gatsby and A Cool Million. Callie Khouri and Ridley Scott use the buddy-road-picture genre as an intertext for their Thelma and Louise. In all these cases, intertextual encounters take place between artists, between texts, between texts and audiences, between artists and audiences. Michael Dunne investigates works from the 1830s to the 1990s and from the canonical American novel to Bugs Bunny and Jerry Seinfeld."

Exploring Intertextuality

Searching the Scriptures: Studies in Context and Intertextuality. Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity 19; LNTS. London: T. & T. Clark, 2015. Evans, Craig A., and Shemaryahu Talmon, eds. The Quest for Context and ...

Exploring Intertextuality

This book aims to provide advanced students of biblical studies, seminarians, and academicians with a variety of intertextual strategies to New Testament interpretation. Each chapter is written by a New Testament scholar who provides an established or avant-garde strategy in which: 1) The authors in their respective chapters start with an explanation of the particular intertextual approach they use. Important terms and concepts relevant to the approach are defined, and scholarly proponents or precursors are discussed. 2) The authors use their respective intertextual strategy on a sample text or texts from the New Testament, whether from the Gospels, Acts, Pauline epistles, Disputed Pauline epistles, General epistles, or Revelation. 3) The authors show how their approach enlightens or otherwise brings the text into sharper relief. 4) They end with recommended readings for further study on the respective intertextual approach. This book is unique in providing a variety of strategies related to biblical interpretation through the lens of intertextuality. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }

Practicing Intertextuality

36 Lemke therefore offers the following definition of intertextuality: “Intertextuality is concerned with the recurrent discourse and activity patterns of the community and how they are constituted by, instanced in, and interconnected ...

Practicing Intertextuality

Practicing Intertextuality attempts something bold and ambitious: to map both the interactions and intertextual techniques used by New Testament authors as they engaged the Old Testament and the discourses of their fellow Jewish and Greco-Roman contemporaries. This collection of essays functions collectively as a handbook describing the relationship between ancient authors, their texts, and audience capacity to detect allusions and echoes. Aimed for biblical studies majors, graduate and seminary students, and academics, the book catalogues how New Testament authors used the very process of interacting with their Scriptures (that is, the Masoretic Text, the Septuagint, and their variants) and the texts of their immediate environment (including popular literary works, treatises, rhetorical handbooks, papyri, inscriptions, artifacts, and graffiti) for the very production of their message. Each chapter demonstrates a type of interaction (that is, doctrinal reformulations, common ancient ethical and religious usage, refutation, irenic appropriation, and competitive appropriation), describes the intertextual technique(s) employed by the ancient author, and explains how these were practiced in Jewish, Greco-Roman, or early Christian circles. Seventeen scholars, each an expert in their respective fields, have contributed studies which illuminate the biblical interpretation of the Gospels, the Pauline letters, and General Epistles through the process of intertextuality.

Intertextuality in Music

which includes: (1) intertextuality (allusion, quotation, plagiarism), (2) paratextuality (title, subtitle, preface, motto, afterword, notes), (3) metatextuality (commentary), (4) hypertextuality (parody, travesty, pastiche) and (5) ...

Intertextuality in Music

The concept of intertextuality – namely, the meaning generated by interrelations between different texts – was coined in the 1960s among literary theorists and has been widely applied since then to many other disciplines, including music. Intertextuality in Music: Dialogic Composition provides a systematic investigation of musical intertextuality not only as a general principle of musical creativity but also as a diverse set of devices and techniques that have been consciously developed and applied by many composers in the pursuit of various artistic and aesthetic goals. Intertextual techniques, as this collection reveals, have borne a wide range of results, such as parody, paraphrase, collage and dialogues with and between the past and present. In the age of sampling and remix culture, the very notion of intertextuality seems to have gained increased momentum and visibility, even though the principle of creating new music on the basis of pre-existing music has a long history both inside and outside the Western tradition. The book provides a general survey of musical intertextuality, with a special focus on music from the second half of the twentieth century, but also including examples ranging from the nineteenth century to the second decade of the twenty-first century. The volume is intended to inspire and stimulate new work in intertextual studies in music.

Intertextuality in the English Translations of San Guo Yan Yi

As an influential theory, intertextuality underwent changes in the decades following its introduction, ... Roland Barthes explores sources of intertextual quotation in his S/Z and extends this to the idea of the split subject.

Intertextuality in the English Translations of San Guo Yan Yi

San Guo Yan Yi is one of the best-known classic Chinese novels in the English-speaking world. The earliest English translation came out in 1820, while a range of further translations have been produced over the past two hundred years. How do the different versions relate to each other? This volume examines the intertextual relations between the English translations of San Guo Yan Yi. Intertextuality refers to the interdependence of texts in relation to one another. Focusing on the perspectives of impact, quotation, parallels and transformation, the author compares a range of the translated versions, including two full-length translations and over twenty excerpted renderings and partial adaptations since the 1820s. She discovers that excerpted translations are selected to fit the translators’ own narrations, and are adapted to many genres, such as poetry, drama, fairytales, and textbooks. Moreover, the original text, translated texts and other related English works are interconnected in one large network, for which intertextuality offers an ideal basis for research. Students and scholars of Chinese literature and translation studies will benefit from this book.

Second Wave Intertextuality and the Hebrew Bible

In combination with the reconstruction of the historical and literary context of a text, intertextuality provides an additional angle of vision to the dialogical character of all texts. every text of the hebrew bible opens a window to ...

Second Wave Intertextuality and the Hebrew Bible

An innovative collection of inner-biblical, intertextual, and intercontextual dialogues Essays from a diverse group of scholars offer new approaches to biblical intertextuality that examine the relationship between the Hebrew Bible, art, literature, sociology, and postcolonialism. Eight essays in part 1 cover inner-biblical intertextuality, including studies of Genesis, Judges, and Qoheleth, among others. The eight postbiblical intertextuality essays in part 2 explore Bakhtinian and dialogical approaches, intertextuality in the Dead Sea Scrolls, canonical critisicm, reception history, and #BlackLivesMatter. These essays on various genres and portions of the Hebrew Bible showcase how, why, and what intertextuality has been and presents possible potential directions for future research and application. Features: Diverse methods and cases of intertextuality Rich examples of hermeneutical theory and interpretive applications Readings of biblical texts as mutual dialogues, among the authors, traditions, themes, contexts, and lived worlds

The Intertextuality of Terry Pratchett s Discworld as a Major Challenge for the Translator

However, the discovery by the reader of the “intertextual play” on the part of the author (Martuszewska, 2007: 27) in its full ... From the translator's point of view, therefore, both types of intertextuality – or simply all kinds of ...

The Intertextuality of Terry Pratchett   s Discworld as a Major Challenge for the Translator

For the translator, intertexts are among chief problems posed by the source text. Often unmarked typographically, direct or altered, not necessarily well-known and sometimes intersemiotic, quotations and references to other writings and culture texts call for erudition and careful handling, so that readers of the translation stand a chance of spotting them, too. For the reader, the rich intertextuality of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series is among its trademark features. Consequently, it should not be missed in translations whose success thus depends significantly on the quality of translation of the intertexts which, as is highlighted here, cover a vast and varied range of types of original texts. The book focuses on how to deal with Pratchett’s intertexts: how to track them down, analyse their role, predict obstacles to their effective translation, and suggest translation solutions – complete with a discussion of the translation of selected intertextual fragments in the Polish version, Świat Dysku, a concise overview of intertextual theories, and an assessment of the translator’s work.

The Intertextuality of Zechariah 1 8

I propose that the best way to do this is one form of an intertextual approach, which I have dubbed a “contextual intertextuality.” 2.4. My Approach—a “Contextual” Intertextuality There has been an explosion of interestin ...

The Intertextuality of Zechariah 1 8

Zechariah 1-8 is a deeply intertextual work which takes up formerly disparate streams of tradition - especially various elements of what it calls 'the former prophets' - and creatively combines these traditions, in applying them to a post-exilic context. This fact means that Zechariah 1-8 is situated in a dual context - the literary context of 'the former prophets', and the historical context of the early post-exilic period. This work seeks to understand Zechariah 1-8 in the light of its dual context. When Zechariah 1-8 is read in this way, a number of otherwise perplexing passages are made clearer, and the message of the work as a whole is better understood. This book offers a critique of and refinement to the approaches of intertextuality/inner-biblical allusion/tradition history in understanding the effect of 'texts re-using texts'. Against a recent trend which seeks to limit this phenomenon to 'verbal repetition', it demonstrates that Zechariah 1-8 involves the use of a wide variety of literary devices (including thematic allusions, 'ungramaticalities', and sustained allusions)to make connections with other texts. The kind of 'intertextual' approach followed in this study demonstrates that intertextuality does not necessarily lead to radical indeterminacy (as claimed by some), and instead actually aids in the limiting the possible ranges of meaning. The manner in which Zechariah 1-8 invokes/re-activates/ re-applies the words of the 'former prophets' raises important issues related to prophecy and fulfilment, history and eschatology, and the development of 'apocalyptic', which are addressed in the course of this enquiry.

Poetry and Intertextuality

Eugenio Montale's Later Verse John Butcher. - - - - - Further Intertextual Echoes in Satura and the Later Poetry Bearing.

Poetry and Intertextuality


Forms and Functions of Intertextuality in Llyod Jones Mister Pip and Intermediality in Andrew Adamson s Mr Pip

Thus Great Expectations becomes an intertextual reference in the novel Mister Pip and an intermedial reference in the movie Mr. Pip, as well. This paper will deal with the intertextuality in the novel and the intermediality in the movie ...

Forms and Functions of Intertextuality in Llyod Jones   Mister Pip  and Intermediality in Andrew Adamson s  Mr  Pip

Seminar paper from the year 2018 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: This paper will deal with the intertextuality in Lloyd Jones’ novel “Mister Pip” and the intermediality in the movie adaptation “Mr. Pip” by Andrew Adamson. Both use Charles Dickens’ novel “Great Expectations” as a reference. The paper will analyse this intertextuality and intermediality in order to find out which function the reference to “Great Expectation” take up in both media. So it can be measured whether the occurrence of Dickens’ novel can be seen as a means of appropriation or writing-back. Therefore, the terms of intertextuality, intermediality, appropriation and writing-back will be explained at first so they can be applied to first the novel “Mister Pip” and following the movie “Mr. Pip” afterwards. At the end it will be stated what function the intertextuality/intermediality takes up in novel and movie and if these are means of appropriation or writing-back.

Intertextual Explorations in Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature

less field of transpositions of various signifying systems” where the “tracing out of intertextual relations is endless. ... was the focal point for literary theorists, and it became a sine qua non for their notion of intertextuality.

Intertextual Explorations in Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature

This volume explores the fundamentals of intertextual methodology and summarizes recent scholarship on studies of intertextuality in the deuterocanonical books. The essays engage in comparison and analysis of text groups and motifs between canonical, deuterocanonical and non-biblical texts. Moreover, the book pays close attention to non-literary relationships between different traditions, a new feature of research in intertextuality.

Lexical Dependence and Intertextual Allusion in the Septuagint of the Twelve Prophets

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Intertextuality The literary study of “intertextuality” was ... “intertextuality” has mainly referred to philosophical theories of language relations.2 Intertextuality in Biblical Studies In Biblical Studies, ...

Lexical Dependence and Intertextual Allusion in the Septuagint of the Twelve Prophets

This book explores various aspects of intertextuality in the LXX Twelve Prophets, with a special emphasis on Hosea, Amos and Micah. The first chapter introduces the topic of intertextuality, discusses issues relating to the Twelve Prophets and their translator and concludes with various methodological considerations. Chapter two deals with the lexical sourcing of the prophets in their Hellenistic milieu and tests proposed theories of influence from the Pentateuch.The third chapter deals with standard expressions used by the translator, even in places where the Hebrew does not correspond. The fourth chapter investigates the use of catchwords that the Greek translator identified in his Hebrew Vorlage and that function for him as links between two or more texts. Finally, the fifth chapter examines cases where the translator understands the text to be alluding to specific biblical stories and events.

Reading Job Intertextually

Even in France, the land of its birth, intertextuality often came to be seen as a method for better interpretation of texts. This was at least partly true for both Michael Riffaterre and Gérard Genette, working in the 1960s and 1970s, ...

Reading Job Intertextually

This volume fills an important lacuna in the study of the Hebrew Bible by providing the first comprehensive treatment of intertextuality in Job, in which essays will address intertextual resonances between Job and texts in all three divisions of the Hebrew canon, along with non-canonical texts throughout history, from the ancient Near East to modern literature. Though comprehensive, this study will not be exhaustive, but will invite further study into connections between Job and these texts, few of which have previously been explored systematically. Thus, the volume's impact will reach beyond Job to each of the 'intertexts' the articles address. As a multi-authored volume that gathers together scholars with expertise on this diverse array of texts, the range of discussion is wide. The contributors have been encouraged to pursue the intertextual approach that best suits their topic, thereby offering readers a valuable collection of intertextual case studies addressing a single text. No study quite like this has yet been published, so it will also provide a framework for future intertextual studies of other biblical texts.

Traditions at Odds

Methodological Approach Having established the inadequacies of a linear approach to intertextuality, I will present ... Given this, it is important to recognize that there is no single intertextual method, such that the literary scholar ...

Traditions at Odds

Explores the Pentateuch's literary influence on other biblical texts.