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Shairi H R, Rahimi Jafari M, Mokhtabad-Amrei S M. From Intertextual Relations to Intermediality Aspects. LRR. 2012; 3 (2) :1-21
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-5961-en.html
1- Associate Professor Department of French Tarbiat Modares University, Faculty of Literature & Humanity,
2- M.A, Dramatic literature, TMU, Tehran, Iran
3- Associate Professor Dramatic literature, TMU, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (4983 Views)
Both intertextuality and intermediality are discursive phenomena that impact the semiotics by defamiliarization or interaction of the media and the text. Intertextuality function since its appearance could be seen only in the literature and its contrast was only with multi-media novel. In various arts, especially in the cinema, theatre and cyberspace, it seems that they could not achieve to prove the transdiscursive technical and media situation – particularly in the criticism area – until intermediality is discussed. The intermediality shows interaction of various characteristics between different mass media next to each other keeping all characteristics of its signs. It has then a transposition by which the primitive characteristics are suspended and differentiated. The most important aspect of this media conflux is to establish a material and a form of expression next to another material and form. The purpose of this research – besides studying intermediality discourse – is to consider its function in the semiotics and arts as well. That is why having the intertextuality reread, the borders between text and media and, finally, the effects produced by interaction of the media are regarded to gain a proper theory about intermediality.
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Published: 2012/02/21

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