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Intertextuality
A way of expressing the relationship between different texts and the way that texts can affect the meaning of other texts
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Hypertextuality
The phenomenon of a text that does not possess a single sequence that it is intended to be read in. It makes use of linkages to combine it with other texts, images and sounds
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Anaphoric referencing
A reference that links a word that is further back in the text, e.g. she pronoun "she" in "Emily walked to school. It was eight thirty when she got there."
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Cataphoric referencing
A reference that links a word or phrase that is further forwards in the text and yet to come, e.g. the pronoun "it" in "It was the best ever, my new bicycle."
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Exophoric referencing
A reference that links to something 'outside' of a text and is not described or explained within it, e.g. the noun phrase "that article" in "I have never read anything as biased as that article"
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The phenomenon of a text that does not possess a single sequence that it is intended to be read in. It makes use of linkages to combine it with other texts, images and sounds

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Hypertextuality

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A reference that links a word that is further back in the text, e.g. she pronoun "she" in "Emily walked to school. It was eight thirty when she got there."

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A reference that links a word or phrase that is further forwards in the text and yet to come, e.g. the pronoun "it" in "It was the best ever, my new bicycle."

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Card 5

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A reference that links to something 'outside' of a text and is not described or explained within it, e.g. the noun phrase "that article" in "I have never read anything as biased as that article"

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