This concluding chapter discusses influence and intertextuality, specifically its importance and inclusion in Miller's work, and studies Miller's significance as a writer and the issue of the division between a character and its creator. It shows how Miller engages in multiple forms of intertextuality, before examining his dismissal of conventional language.
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