REGIONALITÁS ÉS INTERTEXTUALITÁS AZ ELMÚLT KÉT ÉVTIZED VAJDASÁGI MAGYAR NOVELLÁIBAN
The dissertation engages in regional aspects and intertextual connotations of novellas by selected authors (Nándor Gion, Ottó Tolnai, Ildikó Lovas, Sándor Mészáros, István Szathmári, Aaron Blumm...). The subject of survey engages in regional aspects and intertextual connotations of novellas by selected authors. Theoretic frame is: detailed survey of theoretical aspects of this work, taking into consideration regional and local aspects, exploration of connection between intertextuality and short stories, as well as metamorphosys of contemporary short story in Vojvodina, intertextual reading and interpretation of selected texts, from novellas to short narratives, virtual reading and digitalization of today’s world contemporary literature. Besides providing a detailed survey on theoretic definition of regionalism) by various scientific fields), this dissertation contains analysis and interpretations of contemporary short stories by selected authors. By reading and interpreting short stories from intertextual perspective, we can lead to achieving new interdisciplinary dimensions in the process of analysis of contemporary prosaic forms.