as infusing the process of writing;
as a reference for truth, for self;
as a reference for human presence in text;
as a reference for multiple, often conflicting selves;
as a source of resonance, for the writer, for the reader;
as a way of explaining the interaction of the writer, reader, and text;
as the appropriations of others: writers, text;
as the approximations of others;
as a synecdoche for discourse;
as points of critique;
as myth.

(Yancey xviii)

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