Intertextuality in the Works of Michael Ende, Cornelia Funke and Walter Moers

Authors

  • Ajda Gabrič

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/vestnik.8.153-168

Keywords:

intertextuality, quotations, The Neverending Story, Inkheart, The City of Dreaming Books

Abstract

This paper discusses intertextual phenomena in the novels The Neverending Story, Inkheart, and The City of Dreaming Books. Quotations and references in the novels are analysed as well as their functions, which range from showing the literary world as a net of quotations, characterisations of personas, and developing a sense of humour in young readers.

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Published

22.12.2016

How to Cite

Gabrič, A. (2016). Intertextuality in the Works of Michael Ende, Cornelia Funke and Walter Moers. Journal for Foreign Languages, 8(1), 153–168. https://doi.org/10.4312/vestnik.8.153-168

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Literature