Stef Slembrouck

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Intertextuality has been one of the most popular and influential concepts in language, literary and discourse-oriented research of recent decades. The term was coined in the 1960s by Julia Kristeva, who assigned it a pivotal role in the formulation of a semiological project in which ‘text’ becomes the primary object of literary enquiry. Kristeva (1968: 300) defines the text as:

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