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Title

PARODY: ANOTHER REVISION

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SADRIAN M.R.

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  85-90

Abstract

 The vast diversity of the proposed definitions of PARODY, both before and after the twentieth century, can be an emblem of the lack of a thorough agreement amongst the literary critics about the definition of this literary technique (genre?!). While there is not a comprehensive all-accepted definition of PARODY, modern and postmodern literatures both exhibit a wide application of it. After looking at the definition of PARODY under BAKHTIN's dialogic concepts, Genette's structuralist viewpoints, and Barthes's poststructuralist notions this study endeavours to put forward a more comprehensive and more applicable definition of PARODY mainly based on BAKHTIN's DIALOGIC CRITICISM. PARODY then can be defined as a deliberate imitation or transformation of a socio-cultural product (including literary and non- literary texts, and utterance in its very broad BAKHTINian understanding of it) that recreates its original subject having at least a playful stance towards it.

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    APA: Copy

    SADRIAN, M.R.. (2010). PARODY: ANOTHER REVISION. JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION, 1(1), 85-90. SID. https://sid.ir/paper/320393/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    SADRIAN M.R.. PARODY: ANOTHER REVISION. JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION[Internet]. 2010;1(1):85-90. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/320393/en

    IEEE: Copy

    M.R. SADRIAN, “PARODY: ANOTHER REVISION,” JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 85–90, 2010, [Online]. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/320393/en

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