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Lecture 10

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ENGB03H3
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ENGB03: Lecture 10 Topics: Paratexts: All Around the Edges Intertextuality: O What a Tangled Web We Weave Penelope’s Intertexual Web Many Versions of One Story Essay three due next + attach the original essay with comments, and include the feedback  worksheet Extra Credit #4 due next week Pick a theme that you see occurring in all or some of our courses texts  Either name the theme/essay questions Password: course evaluations ­paratext coined by a French critic, Gerard Genette what are the barriers between spaces?  In middlemarch – the text and the paratext It’s an edge or a fringe of the printed text which in reality controls one’s whole reading of the text Two cateogories: Peritext – inside the covers Ex. The cover of the book, editor’s note, etc. Epitext – outside the covers Ex. Letters about middlemarch, interviews, some text that has a connection to the sotry but isn’t  actually the story ­how does it do to our understanding/comprehen
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