Introducing Intertextuality

IB English A: Language & Literature: Introducing Intertextuality

Intertextuality: connecting texts is one of three areas of exploration that provide a framework for the English A: Language and Literature course. Intertextuality is a complex and contested term. It was first used (in French) by Julia Kristeva in the 1960s, even if the notion, in some form, pre-existed Kristeva by centuries. The language of those literary theorists who write about intertextuality can seem frighteningly...

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