Textual Writing and the Authority of Intertextuality


  • Nawzat A. Othman Department of Kurdish Language, Faculty of Humanities, University of Zakho, Kurdistan Region-Iraq.
  • Abduqader N. Abdulkarim Department of kurdish Language, Faculty of Humanity, University of Zakho, Kurdistan Region - iraq.
  • Rafiq S. Miro .Department of Kurdish Languages and Literature, Faculty of Letters, Mardin Artuklu University, Turkey




Text, Intertextuality, how to Write, and Steps


Intertextuality is mainly an existence, transformation, the embodiment of an ancient and a modern text to the inside of a modern complex text. The ancient texts become the hidden and shown parts in the basic modern text. This study attempts to give importance to the knowledge of how to write the text and the impact of Intertextuality on the action of construction as well as working on the stages of structures and the range of Intertextuality’s effect. The study briefly starts to demonstrate the intertextuality; it also shows the stages of writing the text and of the way of how to compose each stage. Finally, the study is concluded with having several results and conclusions.  



How to Cite

Othman, N. A., Abdulkarim, A. N., & Miro, R. S. (2018). Textual Writing and the Authority of Intertextuality. Humanities Journal of University of Zakho, 6(4), 948–956. https://doi.org/10.26436/hjuoz.2018.6.4.421



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