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Intertextuality

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Concept of intertextuality, as represented in Alistair McLeod's short story, "The Boat"

Concept of intertextuality, as represented in Alistair McLeod's short story, "The Boat"

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  • 1. Intertextuality in “The Boat”
  • 2. Ernest Hemingway
  • 3. Eustacia Vye
    • From Hardy’s Return of the Native
    • Catherine Zeta Jones
    • “ There was no middle distance in her perspective”
    • Daughter of sea captain
    • Ambitious, well-educated
    • Kills herself, by …
  • 4. David Copperfield
    • Ham Peggotty
    • Friend of David’s
    • Lives by the sea
    • Dies rescuing David’s friend who is in shipwreck, by …
  • 5. Moby Dick
    • Tashtego the harpooner
    • Mother described as hurling “iron-tipped harpoons” at father
    • Everybody except one character …
  • 6. The Tempest
    • Ariel’s song to character whose father has just…
    • Full fathom five thy father lies;               Of his bones are coral made;     Those are pearls that were his eyes:               Nothing of him that doth fade,     But doth suffer a sea-change     Into something rich and strange.     Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell:                               Ding-dong.     Hark! now I hear them—Ding-dong, bell.
  • 7. Oh as I was young and easy in the mercy of his means, Time held me green and dying Though I sang in my chains like the sea. Dylan Thomas, “Fern Hill”