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Towards a 'natural' narratology

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Fludernik, Monika.
Title Statement
Towards a 'natural' narratology / Monika Fludernik.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge ,   1996   (2006 printing)  
Physical Medium
xvi, 454 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0415124824 (hbk.) 9780415124829
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [407]-442) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Narration (Rhetoric) Criticism.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

Preface = xi

Acknowledgements = xv

Prologue In the Wilderness = 1

1 Towards a 'Natural' Narratology = 12

 1.1 Linguistic Concepts. of the Natural = 13

 1.1.1 Natural Narrative = 13

 1.1.2 The Linguistic Theory of Naturalness : From Frames To Prototypes = 17

 1.2 A Redefinition of Narrativity = 20

 1.2.1 History VS. Experientiality = 20

 1.2.2 Narrativity = 26

 1.2.3 Narrativization = 31

 1.2.4 Realism and Mimesis = 35

 1.2.5 Fictionality = 38

 1.3 Towards a 'Natural' Narratology = 43

2 Natural Narrative and Other Oral Modes = 53

 2.1 Oral Types of Storytelling : A Generic Overview = 57

 2.2 Natural Narrative : The Creation of Story Meaning = 60

 2.2.1 The Features of Conversational Storytelling : The Experiential Mode = 63

 2.2.2 Report, Observational Narrative and The Vicarious Mode = 71

 2.2.3 Institutionalized Storytelling and The Link With Written Narrative = 77

 2.3 humorous and didactic short forms = 81

 2.3.1 The Joke = 81

 2.3.2 Exemplum and / Or Anecdote = 85

3 From The Oral To The Written : Narrative Structure Bfore the Novel = 92

 3.1 Middle English Prose = 94

 3.2 Middle English Verse Narrative = 107

 3.2.1 Saints' Legends = 107

 3.2.2 Romance = 115

 3.3 Renaissance Prose and Popular Writing Before Behn = 120

4 The Realist Paradigm : Consciousness, Mimesis and The Reading of The 'Real' = 129

 4.1 Aphra Behn, Or : From Drama To Fiction = 131

 4.1.1 The Orientation : Development of Report Structure = 131

 4.1.2 The Narrative Episode and The Dramatic Scene = 142

 4.1.3 The Consciousness Scene = 153

 4.2 The Natural Parameters of Realism = 159

 4.2.1 Verisimilitude and Effet Ee Re'el = 159

 4.2.2 Natural Parameters = 163

 4.2.3 Authorial Narrative, Omniscience and Reliability = 165

 4.3 The Consciousness Novel : The English Novel From Behn To Woolf = 168

 4.4 the Unimpassioned Observer : Meutral Narrative = 172

5 Reflectorization and Flguralization : The Malleability of Language = 178

 5.1 Reflectorization = 179

 5.1.1 Original Proposals = 179

 5.1.2 Lawrence and Weldon : A Case Study = 184

 5.2 The 'Empty Centre' Or Flguralization = 192

 5.2.1 Original Proposals = 192

 5.2.2 Mansfield's 'At The Bay' : Another Case Study = 198

 5.2.3 Reflectorization and Flguralizaion Contrasted = 201

 5.3 Observers, Narrators and Refiectors = 207

 5.3.1 The Anonymous Witness position = 207

 5.3.2 Embodiment, Skaz, Unreliability : Cognitive Parameters Reintroduced = 211

 5.3.3 Consonant Reflectorization = 213

 5.4 Summary = 217

6 Virgin Territories : The Strategic Expansion of Eeictic 0ptions = 222

 6.1 The Deictic Center Extended : 'Odd' Personal Pronouns and The Presentation Of Consciousness = 223

 6.1.1 'Odd' Pronouns : multiple Subjects, Impossible Protagonists and Invented Pronominal Morphology = 224

 6.2 Person as A Narratological Category Reconsidered = 244

 6.3 Tense and Narration : Undermining Deixis As Usual = 249

 6.3.1 The Narrative Present = 249

 6.3.2 'Odd' Narrative Tenses = 256

 6.3.3 Non-Finite Verb Forms = 260

 6.3.4 Tense Alternation = 262

 6.4 Deixes In Action = 266

7 Games With Tellers, Telling and Told = 269

 7.1 Narratological Postmodernisms = 271

 7.2 The Narrativization Of The Teller : Narration As Reflective Consciousness = 274

 7.3 The Usurpation Of Telling By Competing Discourses = 278

 7.4 Reading A Story Where There Is None : Against The Grain Of The Text = 288

 7.5 Hermetic Writing : The Deconstruction Of The Referential Function Of Language Where Even The Most Intrepid Reader Fears To Tread = 294

 7.5.1 Plenitude and Multiplicity = 294

 7.5.2 Language Disassembled Into Words = 299

 7.6 Narrative and Poetry : The Condition Of Writing As Ecreture = 304

8 Natural Narratology = 311

 8.1 What Is Ntural Narratology? A Theoretical Outline = 312

 8.1.1 The Historical Side Of Things : Narrativization and Its Limits = 315

 8.1.2 What Is Narrative? (Part One) = 318

 8.1.3 Degrees Of Narrativity, Non-Narrative Texts and The Question Of Historicity = 323

 8.2 Standard Models Reviewed : How To Square The Circle = 330

 8.3 Narratological Categorees and Cognitive Parameters = 333

 8.3.1 Story VS. Discourse Reconsidered = 333

 8.3.2 Tellers VS. Reflectors, Agents and Readers : The Dramatis Personae Of Narratology = 337

 8.3.3 Throwing Out The Baby and Preserving The Bath Water : Typological Categories Reconceptualized = 341

 8.4 The Medium of Narrative : Genre Revisited (What Is Narrative? Part Two) = 347

 8.5 The Politics of Narrative : Feminism, Postcolonialism and The Discourse of Authorial Power = 358

 8.5.1 E'Criture Feminine and The Place of Marratology In Feminist Studies = 359

 8.5.2 Ideology and Power = 366

 8.6 Pulling The Threads Together : Finishing Touches To The Design = 371

In Lieu Of An Epilogue = 376

Notes = 379

References = 407

Texts = 407

Criticism = 418

Author Index = 443

Subject Index = 448



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