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Allusion, anti-pastoral, and four centuries of pastoral invitations

appearance, allude back to the earlier work themselves. Thus a reader of Walton might only subsequently come to read the Marlowe–Raleigh poems as well as the classical poems from which they derive. The temporal phenomenology of allusion is complex and sometimes counter-intuitive. 39 Such dense and manifold intertextual echoing, seemingly beyond any conscious authorial control, comes close to the different kind of intertextuality described by Mikhael Bakhtin and Julia Kristeva, referring to the interwoven cultural and linguistic fields out of which texts are woven. See

in Literary and visual Ralegh