Intertextuality: Theories and Practices

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Michael Worton, Judith Still
Manchester University Press, 1991 - Intertextuality - 194 pages
Since Julia Kristeva coined the term in 1966, intertextuality has become one of the major fields of textual enquiry throughout the world. Offering both a series of contemporary attitudes towards the subject and a number of radical proposals for future research, this volume contains essays by American, British and Australian scholars, including Ross Chambers, John Frow and Michael Riffaterre.

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MICHAEL WORTON is Vice-Provost of University College, London.

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