Besa Shingjergji


This paper aims to highlight the global coherence of the dramatic text of Haxhiadem, through an important aspect of isotopic organization. In the dramatic text of Haxhiadem and the biblical myth “Old Testament”, some semiotic words, phrases and the global coherence that they create will be examined. During the examination, the first general isotopy will be highlighted in the biblical text and a second general isotopy in drama, pointing out some aspects of the dramatic imposture in the text in which specific images or topics play the role of the isotopic or in other words the crossing point of two or more isotopies. This drama remains to be an open text which offers multiple interpretations.


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global coherence, seme, semantic hoaxes, isotopic crossing


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