Phd Thesis Intertextuality

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First, an intertextual expression needs to be identified; second, its 'host of associations' have to be fully comprehended; thirdly, the appropriate type of equivalence is to be chosen to 'reflect the same ideological force' of the original expression.

She published essays and reviews in e.g.: “Przegląd Humanistyczny,” “Zagadnienia Rodzajow Literackich,” and “Czas Kultury.” She was a participant of a number of conferences, e.g.English medieval romance, with emphasis on the Celtic legend about King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, belongs to the scope of her academic interests.Her Ph D dissertation is a research on the female experience of magic and the supernatural in this fascinating literary a graduate of English Philology at the University of Łódź and a member of The Geoffrey Chaucer Student Society.The approach taken is a corpus analytic one, starting with information about the frequency and range of nouns in the corpus, and then investigating how and for what purposes some of the most frequent nouns are used in the texts, in order to identify and exemplify characteristics of Ph D literature reviews.Intertextuality refers to the textual space where texts intersect and new (hyper)texts emerge.She completed her BA thesis entitled “‘Neither at things, nor at people should one look’: the Gaze Chain in Oscar Wilde’s Saloméat the Department of Drama and Pre-1800 English Literature at the University of Łódź, and earned a distinction for it.Her main academic interests include modern Irish drama (especially the work of Oscar Wilde and William Butler Yeats), contemporary Irish drama and the broadly defined concept of visuality.It is the shaping of a text’s meaning by other (inter)texts present in it.As a literary device taking forms like allusion, quotation, pastiche, translation, etc., it depends on the presupposition of the presence of intertexts (or hypotexts) in (hyper)texts and on the reader’s recognition of such presence.As an active member of the Open Boat Students’ Society she is a cotranslator for the literary journal Dekadentzya.She is interested in British and American literature, mainly in children’s and young adult literature and the period of the 19th century, which is visible in both of her already written theses, her BA thesis, entitled “Human Gods and Their Imperfect Perfection earned her bachelor’s degree in English Philology at the University of Łódź.


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