Freeman, M (2016) 'Intertexts, transtexts and paratexts: following the yellow brick roads of fin-de-siècle children’s fiction.' Kultura Popularna, 47 (1). pp. 4-15. ISSN 1644-8340
Drawing on L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as a case study – a children’s fairytale novel published in 1900 – this article aims to explore concepts and manifestations of intertextuality around the turn of the twentieth century. Through which industry mechanisms could intertextuality manifest at this time – and in what ways could authors such as Baum construct children’s fiction as intertextual tapestries, creating sprawling worlds across media?
The full text of the article is available at the URL above from the publisher website.
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