INTERTEXTUALIDAD, INFLUENCIA, RECEPCION, TRADUCCION Y ANALISIS COMPARATIVO
Monique Nomo Ngamba Amougou
The purpuse of this article is to show the importance of the global approach and the interdisciplinarity in Comparative studies. The notions of intertextuality, influency, reception and traduction are not contradictory and can be of a great interest for Comparative studies if they are porperly used and incorporated in a global approach. Indead, a literary text can only be understood if it is considered in its plurality which supposes intertextuality, influency, reception and traduction.
Intertextuality, Influency, Reception, Traduction, Comparatism.