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Intertextuality in DiscourseThe Handbook of Discourse Analysis (2015)
This chapter examines the concept of intertextuality as it is used in the analysis of discourse. The exploration begins with a review of the philosophical foundations and terminology associated with the concept, and then discusses several dimensions of intertextuality that have been taken up in the work of discourse analysts, including (re)contextualization, genre, the intertextual gap, parody, reported speech/constructed dialogue, and intertextuality, discourse and power.
EditorDeborah Tannen, Heidi E. Hamilton, Deborah Schiffrin
Citation InformationAdam Hodges. "Intertextuality in Discourse" SecondBostonThe Handbook of Discourse Analysis (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/adamhodges/53/