Intertextuality in the Novel “The Wheat Bearer”
Dr. Asma Muhammad Al-Zarikat, Dr. Nizar Abdullah Damour

This study intends to apply intertextuality theory to the novel (The Wheat Bearer), published this year by the novelist Dr. Ahmed Attia Al-Saudi. It included the definition of the theory of intertextuality in terms of language and convention, as well as what was known of its rapprochement and relationship with it in the linguistic heritage of the Arabs; then there is the applied aspect of the types of intertextuality in this novel: religious, literary, and historical. Perhaps the motive behind choosing this novel is due to the intensity of intertextuality that appeared to researchers, so every page is almost devoid of one or more intertextualities, and the diversity and variation in the stripes of these texts motivated them to show them and reveal their impact on the formal and moral structures of the text. The study has benefited from many references, which will appear in the study's margins and body.

Full Text: PDF      DOI: 10.15640/ijll.v8n2a11