Generating Implicature Through Intertextuality In English Poetic Texts

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Ayhan Omer Ahmed , Prof. Dr. Qasim Obayes Al-Azzawi (Ph.D.)


Although the term “intertextuality” became coined via Julia Kristeva in 1966, after which period intertextuality, as a term relating to a literary theory, developed widely usage, the phenomenon itself dates lower back, in exercise, to antiquity when it was recorded The first human history and discourse on texts commenced to exist. Though, the concepts and practice of intertextuality in the distant past which include antiquity and the origins of intertextuality as a particular phenomenon in Greek and Roman artwork and way of life could stay outdoor the scope of this take a look at; Instead, the modern-day paper will attention on intertextuality after its appearance as a fictional idea and practice in the twentieth century with theorists consisting of Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913), Mikhail M Bakhtin (1895-1975), Julia Kristeva (b.1941) and Roland Barthes (1915- 1980).

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