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"That is, in the intertextual view, the study of literature cannot be based on psychology, anthropology, sociology, or biography, nor can it be grounded in religious, economic, or political history. None of these contexts can directly tell us much about how literary conventions carry meaning. For similar reasons, the traditional genetic categories of author, period, and nation often often prove less than ideal organizing forms for the study of literature. From the i (271)

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