Knowledge as a commodity: hypertextuality, intertextuality and postmodern pedagogy
Frame: Journal of Literary Studies
This paper takes issue with George P. Landow's frequent suggestion that contemporary hypertexts are the fulfilment of poststructuralist theories of textuality and intertextuality. The paper reminds readers of the themes of communication, consumerism, and Capotalism in the earlier work of Kristeva, Barthes and the other Tel Quel theorists, and suggests that the contemporary claims concerning hypertextuality do not always bear these issues in mind.
Hypertextuality , George P. Landow , Roland Barthes , Julia Kristeva , Tel Quel , Post-structuralism , Intertextuality
Allen, Graham; (2002) 'Knowledge as a commodity: hypertextuality, intertextuality and postmodern pedagogy'. Frame: Tijdschrift Voor Literatuurwetenschap, 16 (1):48-60.