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|Title:||Textuality mutability and learning to write|
|Citation:||Text, 2007; 11 (2):1-10|
|Publisher:||Australian Association of Writing Programs|
|School/Discipline:||School of Humanities|
|Abstract:||Imitation is an ancient pedagogical practice. It enables creative writing students to attain mastery of their craft. But it calls originality into question. Intertextuality is both a form of homage to predecessors as well as an attempt to create something new. In my own creative writing projects I have been influenced by and paid homage to Murray Bail, specifically his novel Holden's Performance. I have written the faux biography of Harriet Chandler, a minor character in that novel. Intertextuality is characterised as a liminal space with the potential for change. Present in the master-apprentice or teacher-learner relationship is the potential for the texts and identities involved, temporarily fixed, to transform.|
|Appears in Collections:||English publications|
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