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Unformatted text preview: ENC 1101 Week 2 assignment 1. After reading the first page of the article, define "intertextuality". When you're finished reading the entire article, define it again. How, if at all, do your two definitions differ? At first, I could think of "intertextuality" as "the relationship between texts". It is simply because "inter" means "between". However, I didn't know exactly what it meant. As I have read through the passage, I was able to realize that "intertextuality" is like a complete picture in reader's head that combined text to create in those contemporary society. 2. Do you agree with Porter that "intertext"-the great web of texts built on and referring to each other-makes individual writers less important? why or why not? I agree with the statement that "intertext" makes individaul writers less important. It is because using "trace" from other context, referring to each other does seem like plagiarizing....
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