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Metatextuality is a form of intertextual discourse in which one text makes critical commentary on another text. This concept is related to Gérard Genette's concept of transtextuality in which a text changes or expands on the content of another text.
- Chandler, Daniel. "Intertextuality." Semiotics for Beginners.
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