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Textual Conversation

Although all texts are in conversation, some are more explicit

A new text could be agreeing/critiquing an older text

A new text could be changing/adding onto an older text

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Resonance

A shared idea, issue, value, theme (despite the new context) is the same, showing how much it endures and it accentuates these ideas, issues, values, themes

Consider why this this idea, issue, value, theme is used again in the new text

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Dissonance

Ideas, issues, values, themes can change compared to the older text for whatever reason i.e. contextually

These ideas, issues, values, themes are now no longer valid

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Reimagining

Imagine old ideas in a new context

Done through allusion or intertextuality

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Reframing

A new context may need the author to change plot, themes or values of an old text to fit the new context

Done through change in form, structure, setting, etc

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Mirror

An old idea, issue, value, theme is more or less the same as before even in the new context

Faithful adaptation

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Align

Features of the new text which parallel the old text e.g. plot, characters, etc

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Collide

A new idea which completely conflicts or otherwise goes against the old ideas

Shows values, themes which have long since changed and accentuates this change

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Common (issues, values, assumptions, perspectives)

Issues that are still of concern despite differing contexts

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Disparate

Issues are now different due to change in context

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Although all texts are in conversation, some are more explicit

A new text could be agreeing/critiquing an older text

A new text could be changing/adding onto an older text

Textual Conversation

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A shared idea, issue, value, theme (despite the new context) is the same, showing how much it endures and it accentuates these ideas, issues, values, themes

Consider why this this idea, issue, value, theme is used again in the new text

Resonance

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Ideas, issues, values, themes can change compared to the older text for whatever reason i.e. contextually

These ideas, issues, values, themes are now no longer valid

Dissonance

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Imagine old ideas in a new context

Done through allusion or intertextuality

Reimagining

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A new context may need the author to change plot, themes or values of an old text to fit the new context

Done through change in form, structure, setting, etc

Reframing

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An old idea, issue, value, theme is more or less the same as before even in the new context

Faithful adaptation

Mirroring

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Features of the new text which parallel the old text e.g. plot, characters, etc

Aligning

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A new idea which completely conflicts or otherwise goes against the old ideas

Shows values, themes which have long since changed and accentuates this change

Colliding

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Issues that are still of concern despite differing

Common (issues, values, assumptions, perspectives)

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Issues are now different due to change in context

Disparate