Historiographic Metafiction. Parody and the Intertextuality of History LINDA HUTCHEON Il y a plus affaire à interpreter les interpretations qu’a interpreter les . Linda Hutcheon’s ¡” “Historiographic Metafiction: ‘The Pastime of Past time'” from Hutcheon, Linda. A Poetics of Postmoderni. 1 HISTORIOGRAPHIC METAFICTION: “THE PASTIME OF PAST TIME” (A POETICS OF POSTMODERNISM) Linda Hutcheon She is a Canadian academic .
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I first read this essay in another lifetime — as an MA student at the National University of Singapore. I think if I remember rightly I used this for a paper on the graphic novel memoir for a cultural studies class — although, again, the details of the experience of both reading the essay, and writing the paper, is hazy. This was probably inso it was definitely a while back.
I find myself returning back to old themes, old interests. Bistoriographic a sense, the texts I am studying, by their very nature of situating fictive characters in historical moments of great importance to the ongoing narrative of the Filipino people, are enacting this notion of intertextuality. They are weaving the threads of fiction — what if this happened to a child during these times?
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Skip to content I first read this essay in another lifetime — as an MA student at the National University of Singapore.
What, then, does this histtoriographic about where the Filipino child is situated within this narrative? And, more importantly, why is their story being told through the frame of history?
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