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This article explores the concept of Intertextuality primarily from a theoretical point of view and analyzes the concept of Intertextuality and its further development. The article focuses on in the exploration of the theoretical approaches are: the text, or the object of literary study, the author, and the reader, and the manner in which meaning is produced through the interaction/agency of these three elements.
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