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Crossing genre means deconstructing traditional modes of fiction, as theorist Hans Bertens would have it. Crossing yields a type of writing that breaks ‘boundaries between different discourses’, in the words of theorist David Carter.
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Bertens, H. (2013) Literary Theory: The Basics (London: Routledge), p. 145 (eBook).
Carter, D. (2006) Literary Theory (Harpenden: Oldcastle Books), p. 119.
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Aston, p. 27.
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