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Intertextuality is the approach to representing things from literary or extra-literary resources without following traditional notions of authorship. It undermines the idea of the text as independent and foregrounding. The principal focus is on the way that how artistic creations occur within the presence of other texts. The laser light of research is set onto the prism of the complex phenomenon of intertextuality to ransack the detail to brighten the abyss for readers, to enlighten the desiderium when and why the speaker or author detects the required ways to relate the message from another resource, how they are interconnected to create new messages fit to new conditions, and lastly how the new text reinforces the significance and cast an impression on the reader by extending the conception of the scene concerned.