nature of image
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actor location prop
treatment of image
- Lighting - Rhythm
- Color - Type
- Mise-en-scene (straight cut,
- Camera fade, etc.)
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*distance *angle *movement
- Main shapes of literary indebtedness
- The notion of intertextuality
- The Art of Translation
Main shapes of literary indebtedness
The evidence of contemporaries
The evidences of an author's reading
+ the essential test must be within the works themselves.
Intertextuality - the explicit and implicit relations that a text or utterance has to prior, contemporary and potential future texts.
Gerard Genettes classification (the notion of transtextuality)
intertextuality: quotation, plagiarism, allusion
paratextuality: the relation between a text and its 'paratext' - that which surrounds the main body of the text - such as titles, headings, prefaces, epigraphs, dedications, acknowledgements, footnotes, illustrations, dust jackets, etc.
architextuality: designation of a text as part of a genre or genres
metatextuality: explicit or implicit critical commentary of one text on another text
hypertextuality: the relation between a text and a preceding text or genre on which it is based but which it transforms, modifies, elaborates or extends (including parody, spoof, sequel, translation)
- Why are you doing it?
What questions do you hope to answer?
- Identify the specific texts you want to examine
- Identify the traces of other texts
- Make a list
- Look for a pattern
- Make observations and interpretations
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