Philology: Intertextuality Chairil Anwar and Shindunata

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The term intertextual is generally understood as the inter-relationship of the text with other text. Each text is a mosaic of quotations and every text is absorption and transformation from other texts. Text made of quotation, absorption, and transformation of other texts. As the author writes, the author will take the components of another text as a basis for the creation of his work. All was prepared and given to the adjustment of color, and if necessary, may be added in order to become a complete work. Intertextual approach emphasizes the notion that a literary text is seen as writing or graft insertion in the framework of other literary texts, such as tradition, literary genres, parody, reference or citation.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sep 2018


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