Quranic intertextuality in Mohammed Mahdi Al Gvahry's Poems
Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature,
2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 134-143
AbstractIntertextuality is a term first introduced by French semiotician Julia Kristeva in the late sixties. In essays such as "Word, Dialogue, and Novel," Kristeva broke with traditional notions of the author's "influences" and the text's "sources. Al Gvahry period coincided with internal conflicts and Colonial struggles،As a poet he could not Unresponsive himself into the social problems of his country،Because he gives to this poeme Qur'anic concept . Intertextuality Technique in his poems include the following types: direct Intertextuality ,، indirect Intertextuality ,consciousI ntertextuality, and the subconsciou Intertextuality.The research aims to Examines the intertextuality Technique its meaning and its forms to detect the Technique of overlapping texts ، at the end of the article Th e researcher Defines the intertextuality effect in thealgvahery pomes.
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