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Begrens én onbegrens : intertekstualiteit in die oeuvre van H.J. Pieterse / Ihette Jacobs

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dc.contributor.author Jacobs, Ihette en_US
dc.date.accessioned 2011-09-29T07:27:19Z
dc.date.available 2011-09-29T07:27:19Z
dc.date.issued 2010 en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10394/4814
dc.description Thesis (M.A. (Afrikaans and Dutch))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2011.
dc.description.abstract This dissertation attempts to investigate the intertextual modus operandi in the oeuvre of H.J. Pieterse, with specific focus on his volumes, Alruin (1989) and Die burg van hertog Bloubaard (2000). The overarching purpose of the investigation is to prove that the author not only uses intertextuality in the sense that one text (literary text) refers to another text (literary and non–literary), or that one text influences another. Pieterse engages in conversation with other texts and re–writes these texts by repositioning them in another context and by adding additional metaphoric meaning to them. The author allows these texts to exchange conversation, to mutually influence one another, and this has as a result that, in his poems, his poetry and his oeuvre, metaphoric lines come into being, which lend a layered meaning to these texts and enrich the possibilities of their interpretation. Thus, a play on multiple meaning develops, which moves between texts: written texts, literary texts, non–literary texts, the author, the reader and the context(s). The conclusion to which this dissertation comes, is that the above mentioned manifestations of meanings, which exist and come into existence within the physically confines of the text, expand this text to a less confined existence in terms of meaning, more unlimited and unbound than what is necessarily allowed by the physically confined nature of the written text. The question thus arises of how the physically limited text take possession of and draws into the texts what lies beyond its physical confines to produce meaning, and how this tension around the limits of the literary text is functionally used. Consequentially, the question that follows is how this happens in the oeuvre of H.J. Pieterse and how the author uses his poetic technique to go beyond the confines of the written text. en_US
dc.publisher North-West University
dc.subject H.J. Pieterse en_US
dc.subject Alruin en_US
dc.subject Die burg van hertog Bloubaard en_US
dc.subject Intertekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Intratekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Metatekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Hipertekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Mikhail Bakhtin en_US
dc.subject Julia Kristeva en_US
dc.subject Roland Barthes en_US
dc.subject Gérard Genette en_US
dc.subject Michael Riffaterre en_US
dc.subject Harold Bloom en_US
dc.subject Postmodernisme en intertekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Dekonstruksie en intertekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Invloed en intertekstualiteit en_US
dc.subject Dialogisme en_US
dc.subject Polifonie en_US
dc.subject Heterologie en_US
dc.subject Begrensde teks en_US
dc.subject Onbegrensde teks en_US
dc.subject Grense rondom die teks en_US
dc.subject Intertextuality en_US
dc.subject Intratextuality en_US
dc.subject Metatextuality en_US
dc.subject Hypertextuality en_US
dc.subject Postmodernism and intertextuality en_US
dc.subject Deconstruction and intertextuality en_US
dc.subject Influence and intertextuality en_US
dc.subject Dialogism en_US
dc.subject Polyphony en_US
dc.subject Heteroglossia en_US
dc.subject Bounded text en_US
dc.subject Unbounded text en_US
dc.subject Limits of the text en_US
dc.title Begrens én onbegrens : intertekstualiteit in die oeuvre van H.J. Pieterse / Ihette Jacobs en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US
dc.description.thesistype Masters en_US


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