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Intertextuality refers to the way in which texts gain meaning through their referencing or evocation of other texts.

Contents

Definition

A term most fully and originally explicated by Julia Kristeva in the school of poststructuralism, intertextuality has taken on a variety of meanings since her discussion of the term in the 1960s. On its most basic level, intertextuality is the concept of texts' borrowing of each others' words and concepts. This could mean as much as an entire ideological concept and as little as a word or phrase. As authors borrow pro-actively from previous texts, their work gains layers of meaning. Also, another feature of intertextuality reveals itself when a text is read in light of another text, in which case all of the assumptions and implications surrounding the other text shed light on and shape the way a text is interpreted.

In response to Ferdinand de Saussure's claim that signs gain their meaning through structure in a particular text, implying that meaning is transmitted directly from writer to reader, Kristeva argued that because of the influence of other texts on readers' consciousnesses, texts are always filtered through "codes" which bring the weight of other, previous meanings with them. We are, then, already imbricated in a web of meaning created by other texts and the connotations surrounding them as opposed to deriving meaning directly from the structure of signs as Saussure would have it in his semiotics.

Examples

Ernest Hemingway draws language from metaphysical poet John Donne's "Meditation XVII" in naming his novel For Whom the Bell Tolls:

"No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend's or of thine own were: any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee."

John Donne, "Meditation XVII," Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions

Critical Debates

{is the term contested, challenged, defined differently, etc.?}

Related Terms

Abstracts

Adaptation

Advertising

Allusion

Anticipation

Appropriation

Archetypes

Authorship

Betrayal (literary)

Biographical readings

Cento

Citations

Clichés

Comparative criticism

Comparative literature

Conventions (literary)

Counternarratives

Criticism

Cross-cultural studies

Editing (critical)

Epigones

Filmic intertextuality

Forgery

Genre

Heteroglossia

Homages

Hypertext

Hypograms

Imagology

Imitation

Infidelity

Influence

Interculturality

Interdiscursivity

Interdisciplinarity

Intermediality

Interpretation

Intertextuality in images

Literary theory

Masterplots

Memes

Metatextuality

Misreading

Models

Multivocality

Myths

Narrative anchoring

Originality

Parallelism

Paratextuality

Parody

Pastiche

Plagiarism

Poaching

Polysystem theory

Polyphony

Precedents

Precursors

Prefaces

Presupposition

Quotations

Reading (and linking)

References

Remakes

Responses

Revision

Remediation

Reviewing

Rewriting

Sampling

Satire

Schemes

Schools (literary)

Sequels

Serialisation

Sources

Spoilers

Stereotypes

Style

Subtext

Summaries

Structural intertextuality

Tradition

Transfictionality

Translation

Transvestism

Typology

Versions

Zeitgeist


For bibliographies on these related terms, see A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism, and Philology http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

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Journals

Intertexts: Journal of comparative literature. Lubbock (TX): Texas Tech UP.


Related works

Peterson, C. A. Photographs Beget Photographs. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1987.


Series

(Intertext). London: Routledge, c. 1998.

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