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Narratives And Narrators

Author : Gregory Currie
ISBN : 9780199282609
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Gregory Currie offers a reflection on the nature and significance of narrative in human communication. He shows that narratives are devices for manifesting the intentions of their makers in stories, argues that human tendencies to imitation and to joint attention underlie the pleasure of narrative, and discusses authorship, character, and irony.

Of Narratives Narrators

Author : Rajul Bhargava
ISBN : 8170338425
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Contributed articles on modern literary theory; with reference to Indian writing in English.

Narrators Narratees And Narratives In Ancient Greek Literature

Author : Irene J. F. De Jong
ISBN : 9789004139275
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is the first part of a new narratological history of Greek literature, which deals with the definition and boundaries of narrative and the role of narrators and narratees.

Narration As Argument

Author : Paula Olmos
ISBN : 9783319568836
Genre : Philosophy
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This book presents reflections on the relationship between narratives and argumentative discourse. It focuses on their functional and structural similarities or dissimilarities, and offers diverse perspectives and conceptual tools for analyzing the narratives’ potential power for justification, explanation and persuasion. Divided into two sections, the first Part, under the title “Narratives as Sources of Knowledge and Argument”, includes five chapters addressing rather general, theoretical and characteristically philosophical issues related to the argumentative analysis and understanding of narratives. We may perceive here how scholars in Argumentation Theory have recently approached certain topics that have a close connection with mainstream discussions in epistemology and the cognitive sciences about the justificatory potential of narratives. The second Part, entitled “Argumentative Narratives in Context”, brings us six more chapters that concentrate on either particular functions played by argumentatively-oriented narratives or particular practices that may benefit from the use of special kinds of narratives. Here the focus is either on the detailed analysis of contextualized examples of narratives with argumentative qualities or on the careful understanding of the particular demands of certain well-defined situated activities, as diverse as scientific theorizing or war policing, that may be satisfied by certain uses of narrative discourse.

Narration And Discourse In The Book Of Genesis

Author : Hugh C. White
ISBN : 0521390206
Genre : Religion
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This book is a fine example of what can be contributed to theological understanding through a study of narrative. The author contends that the presence of a disembodied Voice in the Book of Genesis has a profound effect upon the style of narration and the way in which the plots of various sub-narratives develop. His approach is distinctive in his use of semiotic theory to show how the style and plots of specific narratives lead to new perceptions and understandings of the mysterious discourse of the divine Voice.

New Perspectives On Narrative Perspective

Author : Willie van Peer
ISBN : 0791447871
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Offers an interdisciplinary approach to narrative perspective, with essays by leading scholars of literary studies, cognitive psychology, linguistics, philosophy, and film and media criticism.

Narrative And Narration

Author : Warren Buckland
ISBN : 9780231543590
Genre : Performing Arts
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From mainstream blockbusters to art house cinema, narrative and narration are the driving forces that organize a film. Yet attempts to explain these forces are often mired in notoriously complex terminology and dense theory. Warren Buckland provides a clear and accessible introduction that explains how narrative and narration work using straightforward language. Narrative and Narration distills the basic components of cinematic storytelling into a set of core concepts: narrative structure, processes of narration, and narrative agents. The book opens with a discussion of the emergence of narrative and narration in early cinema and proceeds to illustrate key ideas through numerous case studies. Each chapter guides readers through different methods that they can use to analyze cinematic storytelling. Buckland also discusses how departures from traditional modes, such as feminist narratives, art cinema, and unreliable narrators, can complicate and corroborate the book’s understanding of narrative and narration. Examples include mainstream films, both classic and contemporary; art house films of every stripe; and two relatively new styles of cinematic storytelling: the puzzle film and those driven by a narrative logic derived from video games. Narrative and Narration is a concise introduction that provides readers with fundamental tools to understand cinematic storytelling.

Narration In The Fiction Film

Author : David Bordwell
ISBN : 9781136099168
Genre : Performing Arts
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First Published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Narrative Discourse

Author : Patrick Colm Hogan
ISBN : 0814212093
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In Narrative Discourse: Authors and Narrators in Literature, Film, and Art, Patrick Colm Hogan reconsiders fundamental issues of authorship and narration in light of recent research in cognitive and affective science. He begins with a detailed overview of the components of narrative discourse, both introducing and reworking key principles. Based on recent studies treating the complexity of human cognition, Hogan presents a new account of implied authorship that solves some notorious problems with that concept. In subsequent chapters Hogan takes the view that implied authorship is both less unified and more unified than is widely recognized. In connection with this notion, he examines how we can make interpretive sense of the inconsistencies of implied authors within works and the continuities of implied authors across works. Turning to narrators, he considers some general principles of readers' judgments about reliability, emphasizing the emotional element of trust. Following chapters take up the operation of complex forms of narration, including parallel narration, embedded narration, and collective voicing (“we” narration). In the afterword, Hogan sketches some subtleties at the other end of narrative communication, considering implied readers and narratees. In order to give greater scope to the analyses, Hogan develops case studies from painting and film as well as literature, treating art by Rabindranath Tagore; films by David Lynch, Bimal Roy, and Kabir Khan; and literary works by Mirabai, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Margaret Atwood, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, and Joseph Diescho.

Living To Tell About It

Author : James Phelan
ISBN : 0801489288
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Phelan's compelling readings cover important theoretical ground by introducing a valuable distinction between disclosure functions and narrator functions.

Narrators And Narrative Contexts In Fiction

Author : Susan J. Ringler
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005000224
Genre : Context (Linguistics)
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Story And Discourse

Author : Seymour Chatman
ISBN : 9781501741616
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book is the first comprehensive approach in English to a general theory of narrative, both in verbal and in visual media. The primary question to which Professor Chatman addresses himself is what narrative is in itself. Following such French structuralists as Roland Barthes, Tzvetan Todorov, and Gerard Genette, he posits a what and a way. "The what of narrative," he says, "I call its 'story'; the way, I call its 'discourse.'" Liberally illustrating his concepts with discussions of particular novels and films, he effects a synthesis of the latest Continental critical thinking about narrative and the Anglo-American tradition exemplified by Henry James, Percy Lubbock, Wayne Booth, and others. A judicious and well-informed book, Story and Discourse should become a standard guide to narrative and to modern thinking about narrative.

Narration As Knowledge

Author : Joseph F. Trimmer
ISBN : UOM:39015047073963
Genre : Education
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Instead of following the sanctioned procedures of educational research, this collection plays with all the devices of storytelling-scene, dialogue, point of view-exploring a new way to report crucial information on the teaching and learning of English.

Apostolary Narratives

Author : Michael Anthony Cooper
ISBN : OCLC:26444777
Genre : First person narrative
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Narratives In Society

Author : Linda Degh
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009627303
Genre : Social Science
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She shows how much more this method can reveal of the nature of folklore.

The Multiple Perspective

Author : Irene Stocksieker Di Maio
ISBN : 9789027240040
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this study the works of Wilhelm Raabe (1831 1910) are being discussed, taking into account the emerge of the perspectival narration, culminating in the Braunschweig period (1870-1920). The book starts with a survey of the point of view theory, including the concept of multiple perspective, and then focusses on the works of Raabe in which these various techniques will be demonstrated. Special attention is paid to three works of the Braunschweig period; "Der Draumling, Das Horn von Wanza" and "Kloster Lugau."

Multiperspectival Narration The Perspective Structure Of Charles Dickens ? Bleak House And George Eliot ?s Middlemarch

Author : Julianna Fekete Zsoldos
ISBN : 9783640995431
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Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Stuttgart (Institut fur Literaturwissenschaft Neuere Englische Literatur ), language: English, comment: The main objective of this thesis is to investigate the different uses of multiperspectival narration in two nineteenth century English novels, in Charles Dickens' Bleak House (1852-53) and George Eliot's Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life (1871-72) and to discuss the possible functions of this technique in these novels. After examining the different forms of multiperspectival narration in these novels, I will identify the different perspectives, and will also examine the different relations between these perspectives..., abstract: The idea that knowledge is always perspectival, that every understanding is subjective and dependent on an observer, and that by a multiperspectival way of looking at a thing, our notion of this object, our objectivity becomes more extensive and more complex has become a common-place idea. According to the German philosopher's, Nietzsche's philosophical theory, termed perspectivism, "there are no immaculate perceptions," and "knowledge from no point of view is as incoherent a notion as seeing from no particular vantage point" . As Berndt Magnus puts it, "perspectivism also denies the possibility of an all-inclusive perspective, which could contain all others and, hence, make reality available as it is in itself." [...] These views about the limits of human understanding and perspectivism were not developed in the field of literature, but in the field of philosophy. However, since the eighteenth century, through the development of innovative narrative forms the novel has had a very important role in making people aware of the fact that all experience, understanding and even history is bound to a person's subjectivity. As Vera & Ansgar Nunning state in their article, the relationship between narration

Hawthorne S Narrative Strategies

Author : Dunne, Michael
ISBN : 161703407X
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Taking Narrative Risk

Author : Lori L. Montalbano-Phelps
ISBN : 0761829148
Genre : Psychology
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This powerful book recounts the process of a study that examines personal narratives of abuse survivors by assessing the relationship between narration and teller empowerment. The narratives, which include survival stories of rape, incest, and battery, were collected in personal interviews, transcribed, and coded for emergent themes. Results of the study indicate that narrating experiences of victimization and abuse is a necessary step in moving from victimization and survivorship, and is an essential way for victims of abuse to become empowered. The book discusses in detail the fundamental steps in acquiring narrative research. Special attention is paid to the precautions and implications of conducting research on sensitive material. Through its examination of the data collection and analysis processes, Taking Narrative Risk will be beneficial in coursework in communication studies, performance methodology, and narrative analysis.

Homodiegetic Narration

Author : Mary Elizabeth Preston
ISBN : OCLC:37722274
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Abstract: By bringing together rhetorical and structural theories of narrative, this study's goal is to advance our current understanding of homodiegetic narration. Drawing from the seminal works of Wayne C. Booth and Gerard Genette and from their successors, I argue that the two main categories we use to discuss homodiegetic narrators - reliability and selfconsciousness - need to be more fully theorized. Following the structuralist impulse to provide narrative typologies and the rhetorical proclivity for close reading, I examine the assumptions and limitations of reliability and selfconsciousness, the relationship of these two categories to other theoretical and interpretive concerns, and the ideological and ethical import of the categories themselves. To develop my theory of homodiegesis, in each chapter I pair a literary text with a central theoretical concern. My first chapter joins in the ongoing controversy about the reliability of Nick Carraway, the narrator of Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby; ambiguities in Nick's narration, I argue, point more to inconsistencies within the implied author than to unreliable narration. Chapter 2 brings feminist and narrative theories together in a discussion of Bronte's Villette; here, I demonstrate how the ideological goals of an interpretive community lead to misperceptions of rhetorical relationships among authors, narrators, and audiences and, in so doing, fail to adequately account for both Villette's formal features and historical situatedness. In Chapter 3, I address the radical undertheorization of the category of selfconsciousness by analyzing the narrational dynamics in Twain's Huck Finn; refining our definition of selfconsciousness, in turn, highlights the distinctive qualities of naive narration. I conclude my dissertation by turning to the ways in which Winterson's Written on the Body 'queers' the conventions of homodiegesis, thus foregrounding the ideological and ethical dimensions of reading. The formal, ideological, and ethical dimensions of homodiegesis this study addresses raise many questions about narrative categories: their adequacy, their use by other critical methodologies, and their own principles and assumptions. By answering these questions through interpretations of these four important narratives, we not only gain new insight into each of the texts, but also reaffirm the resilience of rhetorical and structural categories as productive tools for many critical projects.

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