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subtext [ noun ] :
1. The meaning (as of a literary text)
2. A story within the story.

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wikipedia.org/wiki/Subtext :

* subtext = the implicit or metaphorical meaning (as of a literary text)

freedictionary.com : The underlying personality of a dramatic character as implied or indicated by a script or text and interpreted by an actor in performance.


subtext as text

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Subtext is content of a book, play, film or television series which is not announced explicitly by the characters (or author) but is implicit or becomes something understood by the reader / viewer as the production unfolds. Subtext can also refer to the thoughts and motives of the characters which are only covered in an aside. Subtext can also be used to imply controversial subjects without specifically alienating people from the fiction, often through use of metaphor.

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    ... In "Creating Unforgettable Characters," Linda Seger defines subtext as, "what the character is really saying beneath and between the lines." Dialogue is what your characters say. Subtext is what they really mean. If you've ever sworn to a girlfriend that a particular outfit does not make her look fat, you probably know more about subtext than you might realize.

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    from method.vtheatre.net/subtext :

    Another way of dividing up the communication field emphasizes the assumptions that undergird particular theories, models, and approaches. While this approach also tends to have as its basis institutional divisions, theories within each of the seven "traditions" of communication theory that Robert Craig suggests tend to reinforce one another, and retain the same ground epistemological and axiological assumptions. His traditions include:

    rhetorical - practical art of discourse

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    phenomenological - experience of otherness, dialogue

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