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Almost each of Neil Gaiman’s books, we cannot consider without the usage of intertextuality. Thus, is the interconnection between two similar works especially, literary books that impact readers’ interpretation of the text. In the following passage, one of the bestsellers of the author (Caroline) is analyzed to survey the utilization of intertextuality. Intertextuality is learned with the juxtaposition of the works “Coraline” and “Alice in the Wonderland”.
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