Today's discussion is going to center around the intertextuality of the two short stories we read ("The Yellow Wallpaper" and "The Story of an Hour"). Looking back on your own careers as readers, where else have you seen archetypes, intertextuality and the idea that there is only one story come into play? What works (books, short stories, plays, films) come to mind when we talk about these subjects? Do you remember an "Aha" moment when you realized everything is connected? Describe your previous experiences with intertextuality.