Teaching intertextuality

IB English A Literature: Teaching intertextuality

It is generally recognised that the term intertextuality was coined by the Bulgarian-French writer, philosopher and psychoanalyst, Julia Kristeva in the 1960s. Thinking of literary texts as "a mosaic of quotations", as this aspect of the course suggests we do, opens up many teaching possibilities from the very specific and concrete to the more abstract and theoretical. Suggestions below will hopefully invite tackling...

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