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Intertextuality: Theories and practices
Edited and introduced by Michael Worton and Judith Still

Manchester University Press, 1990
(paperback edition January 1991, reprinted March 1993).

CONTENTS

A note on vocabulary

Introduction
Judith Still and Michael Worton

Intertextuality and ontology
John Frow

Compulsory reader response: the intertextual drive Michael Riffaterre

Missing you: intertextuality, transference and the language of love
Seán Hand

Roland Barthes: an intertextual figure
Diana Knight

Autobiography as intertext: Barthes, Sarraute, Robbe-Grillet

Ann Jefferson

Intextuality or influence: Kristeva, Bloom and the Poésies of Isidore Ducasse
Roland-François Lack

Alter ego: intertextuality, irony and the politics of reading
Ross Chambers

Fiction, fact and madness: intertextual relations among Gide's female characters
Celia Britton

.Literature/cinema/television: intertextuality in Jean Renoir's 'Le Testament du docteur Cordelier'
Keith A. Reader

Index

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